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PUBLICATIONS 



OF THE 



SCOTTISH HISTORY SOCIETY 



VOLUME VIII. 



LIST OF REBELS 



September 1890 



This f^olurncy printed from a Manuscript in 
his possession^ is presented to the members 
of the Scottish History Society by the 
Earl of Rosebery, President 

September 1890. 



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A LIST OF PERSONS 

CONCERNED IN 

THE REBELLION 

TRANSMITTED TO THE COMMISSIONEHS OF EXCISE 

BY THE SEVERAL SUPERVISORS IN SCOTLAND 

IN OBEDIENCE TO A GENERAL LETTER OF 

THE 7th may 1746 
AND A SUPPLEMENTARY LIST WITH 
EVIDENCES TO PROVE THE SAME 

With a Preface by 

THE EARL OF ROSEBERY 

and Annotations by the 
REV. WALTER MACLEOD 




EDINBURGH 

Printed at the University Press by T. and A. Cok'ktable 

for the President of the Scottish History Society 

1890 

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181984 






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CONTENTS 

PACE 

PR£FAC£ BY THE £arl of Rosebery^ . vii 

LIST OF REBELS, 1 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST, with Evidences, 297 
APPENDIX BY THE Rev. Walter Macleod— 

I. Analysis of the List, .... 357 

II. Biographical Notes, .... 36S 

Notes on Supplementary List, . 386 

III. Illustrative Documents, .... 390 



PREFACE 

Thk list here printed is the bare official record of our last 
historical romance. There were afterwards in Great Britain 
Gordon Riots, and Bristol Riots, and Peterloo itself—these, 
though tragic, were ephemeral : but the march of the High- 
landers on London in 1746 was a civil war, perhaps the most 
picturesque and the most difficult to realise of all such con- 
flicts. For the tale in brief is this :• — 

A hundred and forty-five years ago a French-bom prince 
of British origin leaves Belleisle and lands in the Western 
Highlands. He is alone with seven followers, and a handful 
of louis d^ors, but his name with its traditions, and his own 
gallant bearing, rally round him a few chiefs and their 
followers. He presses forward, followed by a ragged but 
terrible tail, disperses in five minutes regular troops, to whom 
his army are as Mohawks, and seizes Edinburgh. There he 
holds Court in low-lying Holyrood, commanded by the Castle, 
which is garrisoned by his foes, and defeats in another burst 
another regular army. Thence, little stronger, he dashes into 
England as far as Derby. He spreads consternation through- 
out the kingdom, and strikes the very heart of the Empire. 
In London there is Black Friday, the realm seems at the mercy 
of a raid, and it seems the toss of a die whether England shall 
be Guelph or Stuart. Then the wild foe is mysteriously para- 
lysed. The confused advance is followed by a precipitate 
retreat. The Highlanders hurry back with a dismal haste, 
downcast and draggled : further and further, past Glasgow, 
past Falkirk, till they are lost in the mists of the North 
whence at last there comes news that they have been crushed. 



viii PREFACE. 

and harried, and slaughtered, and that their leader has dis- 
appeared. 

Then ensues that famous flight of the romantic youth 
through the vague unknown country, pressed and pursued, in 
caves, in huts, in women'^s clothing ; passing through penniless 
Highlanders with a reward on his head that meant wealth for 
a clan : but, faithfully served, escaping back to the Continent 
and to a long ignominy. He disappears for a decade and 
emerges a changed man : bloated, drunken, half-imbecile, half- 
brute, and so he ends his life. Then again, by a magic uncon- 
scious touch of History, he is transmuted for ever into a 
paladin, with a tradition and a worship which have always 
hallowed his smallest relics as of a hero or a saint. The secret 
of the fascination is not impenetrable. Recklessness, which is 
one of the most engaging qualities of private life, loses no part 
of its grace on a larger stage. Charles came alone, relying on 
his ancestral rights and his charm of manner. The throne he 
claimed for his father was occupied by an elderly German, for 
whom no one felt enthusiasm, or even liking or respect. A 
Popish prince was of course a danger, and few except wild Celts, 
obedient to their chiefs, would risk life for such a cause. But 
there was at least equal indifference for the reigning family, 
and doubtless many who held aloof would not have grieved 
in their hearts had the spirited adventurer been successful. 
Charles Edward has the immortal advantage of passing into 
history side by side with Greorge the Second. Nor does that 
exhaust his good fortune. He was opposed and defeated by a 
prince of his own age, his superior doubtless in point of abib'ty, 
but as infinitely his inferior in all that graces mankind ; nay, 
unhappily distinguished from ordinary humanity by so rare a 
lust of slaughter, and so bloodthirsty a brutality, that the 
victor of CuUoden is much less to be envied than the vanquished. 

In view, then, of the weakness and unpopularity of the 
reigning family, and of his gallant bearing and hereditary rights, 
the wonder is not that Charles should have collected so many 



PREFACE. ix 

adherents as that they should have been so few. He secured, 
indeed, south of the Forth no support worth speaking of. But 
as a Pretender in Scotland he had one fatal defect. His faith 
and his training were those of a Papist. His grand-uncle, 
under similar circumstances, had signed the Covenant. Such 
a proceeding would indeed have been excessive in 1745. Sub- 
scription to the Covenant was out of date. But had Charles 
been able to renounce Roman Catholicism as he afterwards 
did, and anticipated by five years the abjuration of 1750, he 
might have swept Scotland. For his grandfather, as Duke of 
York, was the last sovereign the Scots had seen ; and though 
his residence had been nothing less than genial and gracious, 
the Hanoverian kings had no more contemplated holding a 
Court at Holyrood than the Emperor Nicholas at Warsaw. 
The Union was still unpopular. The country was still poor. 
A name like that of Stewart, borne by a Protestant prince of 
engaging presence, would have raised the nation in its cause. 
But religion outweighed all else. Sixty years had not elapsed 
since Claverhouse had harried the servants of God : it was not 
seventy since the young Chevalier'^s grandfather had sat and 
ghated over the sufferings of the saints in the Council Chamber 
at Holyrood. The very assurances of toleration and goodwill 
that the Regent brought from his father were dated from 
Rome. He himself could not be brought to attend the service 
of the Kirk. It was well at his entry to receive him with 
waving hats and huzzas, well to gaze at his shadow of pageantry, 
well to watch his daily reviews. There was a pleasing excite- 
ment in the street whose one end faced the frowning Castle, 
with its Hanoverian garrison, while the other touched the Palace, 
where the Pretender held his Court. There could not but be 
curiosity to see the handsome features of the grandson of James 
the Second, and the great-grandson of Charles the First — the 
representative of such gallant hopes and such solemn memories. 
But for all that, the population, capable of such sudden frenzy 
as that which hanged Porteous eight years before, remained 



X PREFACE. 

cold and apathetic. The all-powerful clergy deserted their 
pulpits and the city at his approach. Nothing could be more 
significant or more sinister. Tliere were few recruits. The 
gracious face of the young Prince remained melancholy and 
overcast. Fate had already written failure upon it. 

While in Edinburgh there was apathy, in the Covenanting 
West there was open hostility. Glasgow raised a regiment 
against him. Another county once more vindicated its claim 
to a supremacy of whiggery, for whereas Ayr alone of Scottish 
burghs petitioned in favour of the Union, Ayrshire is said to 
have been the only Scottish county that sent not a man to 
join the Pretender. Throughout the Lowlands, indeed, there 
was no encouraging sign. And when Charles marched into 
England, not to bring but to find encouragement, he found 
none except at Manchester, so soon to be known by so different 
a political doctrine. 

Whence then came his followers? It was essentially an 
army of clans. There were, no doubt, some few non-juring 
Episcopalians, men, like Balmerino, who believed in divine 
right; men in the mood for adventure, living in poverty at 
home, whose condition might possibly be made better, but 
could hardly in any event be made worse; men, like Elcho, 
who knew not why they joined, men of impulse, dare-devils, 
malcontents : such as are found in every hazardous enterprise. 
There were noble souls, like Perth and TuUibardine and Pitsligo, 
who could understand no other cause, to whom it was a religion 
and a martyrdom. But these were exceptions. The army 
that invaded England was practically a gathering of clans: 
so much so that, had young Lochiel taken his brother'^s 
advice, and avoided meeting the Prince, there would in all 
probability have been no rising at all. Some chiefs agreed to 
join, and that fact meant so many thousand men — in many 
cases reluctant, it is said, to leave their homes, and in most 
cases eager to return to them after a victory, but still the loyal 
servants of the head of their sept. 



PREFACE. xi 

Why the chiefs rose is less difficult to understand. They 
had not been spoiled by the sovereigns who succeeded James ii. 
There had been the massacre of Glencoe. There had been the 
Union, profoundly distasteful to men half-proud, half-bar- 
barous, but supremely independent. There had been the 
rising of 1715. There had been the Disarming Acts of 1716 
and 1725. There had been the Malt Tax. They had no 
money, no industry : they were at the head of a great number 
of half-starved, warlike dependents. There was no prospect 
except in action. Repose meant inanition. Movement might 
be fatal, but it might not; and at any rate it would be exciting. 
Add to these lower motives the natural sympathy with a lonely 
gallant young prince claiming his birthright, with an appeal to 
their chivalry, and we can hardly feel surprised at their decision. 

But why, we ask ourselves, should this movement have 
alarmed the powerful Government of London ? That it did 
so is abundantly clear. Putting Black Friday on one side, 
we know that the battle of Falkirk, fought when the High- 
landers were in full and hurried retreat, appalled the Court. 
The only smiling faces were those of the dauntless old King 
and the malicious but comforted Cope. The best excuse for 
the cruelty of the repression is the reaction after extreme 
terror that was then felt. The fact is that no one knew how 
the dynasty stood. It might be rooted in the hearts of the 
people or it might not. There was nothing to endear it except 
Protestantism, nothing personal or traditional. It might be 
that the quiescence of the nation meant a dull devotion to the 
existing state of things. But it might also be a perilous in- 
difference ; it might even be that the whole nation might rise 
in a moment, that Charles might cause a ferment as great as 
the Excise Bill. At any rate, it was certain that on one side 
there was enthusiasm ; on the other, at most, staid conviction. 
A struggle between these two forces does not always end as it 
ought. We do not need to believe that Newcastle shut him- 
self up to consider which was likely to be the winning side. 



xii PREFACE. 

He, though Secretary of State, had no real means of knowing 
what the mind of the people might be. We do not even 
know now. We think that there was general apathy: that the 
failure of the rebellion of 1715 had cowed the Jacobites and 
kept them from coming openly forward : but we are told that 
the Welsh were moving to join the Pretender at Derby, and 
we have strong reason to believe that princes like Beaufort 
were affected to the cause, which was besides so powerful as to 
guide the whole policy of Sir R. Walpole to its repression. 
A majority of the nation was not necessary for success ; a 
bold minority would secure foreign intervention. In all pro- 
bability, liad Charles not retreated from Derby, ten thousand 
Frenchmen would have attempted a descent on southern 
England and changed the face of our history. Moreover, a 
Jacobite army at the gates of London might have roused all 
those forces of disorder which afterwards showed themselves 
so potent. If Lord George Grordon could make the metropolis 
tremble, the roughs that he afterwards utilised might have 
made Charles Edward a Regent or a King. 

But these were not the sole causes of panic. The troops of 
Cope and Hawley were not dispersed in a moment by such 
enemies as they had been accustomed to meet. The High- 
landers who, uttering an inhuman shout, and clothed in an un- 
known garb, dashed on with their broadswords, inspired the 
same horror as the North American Indians that cut Braddock 
to pieces, or the Huns that followed Attila. 

They could not be considered fellow-citizens and subjects. 
They ate oatmeal mixed with the blood of their kine ; their 
ploughs were attached to the tails of their oxen ; their 
diseases, engendered by a wretched way of life, spread even 
more panic in England than their arms. Their language 
was as unintelligible as an African dialect. They were, to the 
English, barbarians who represented the unknown which is 
terrible. Taking all, then, into consideration, we may come to 
the conclusion that the instinct of Charles was right to press 



PREFACE. xlii 

onward from Derby, and that the rebellion represented a much 
more serious danger than we, sitting in our nineteenth-century 
arm-chairs and counting noses, are apt to reckon. 

But on him and his there was a curse that blighted all. 
At Derby and at Falkirk he was compelled to retreat when he 
had the fairest chances of success. When a declaration of 
Protestantism might have served his cause he withheld it : when 
it was a matter of indifference to everybody he made it. The 
confidence which he denied to the only general he lavished on the 
only traitor in his army. When it was represented to him that 
his mistress was not merely a scandal, but a spy, he risked his 
adherents, and lost his cause by retaining her, not because he liked 
her, but because he did not choose to follow advice. When his 
appearance was of importance, he retired into impenetrable seclu- 
sion; when it was repellent, he showed himself nightly in public. 
There is nothing more to be said. The spell that hung over the 
froward fanaticism of James ruined the bright promise of his 
grandson. The despairing exclamation with which the last 
emissary sent by the Jacobites to Charles Edward closed the 
account between Great Britain and the exiled family expresses 
the general verdict of mankind, * What has your family done, 
sir, thus to draw down the vengeance of Heaven on every 
branch of it through so many ages ?** It is this dark shadow of 
destiny, this long historical tragedy, which have given a fasci- 
nation to the Stuart story. It is the cause for which many 
thousands of brave men willingly faced exile and ruin and 
death, for which they were attainted and hanged and massacred ; 
round which the sweetest poetry of Scotland has woimd itself, 
and which the legends of the people embalm. It is not then 
out of place to print this list of the martyrs of that hapless, 
hopeless faith. 

And now, as to the lists themselves. They are of course 
imperfect. Clanranald's men of Moidart are, for instance, not 
included. A very curious list of these, with their respective 
weapons, is preserved in Father Macdonald's Moidart; or 



xiv PREFACE. 

Among the ClanrancUdSj pp. 171-4. But some of the clans 
supposed to be detailed are very sparingly given. There 
are, for instance, only 21 Erasers detailed, with their chief. 
Lord Lovat, and 24 from the Elgin district, which is an 
obviously inadequate return. It is probable that some lists 
are still missing. There is an official printed list ^ of noble- 
men, gentlemen, and others, who have been attainted, and 
adjudged to be guilty of high treason, for levying war 
against His Majesty within this realm, since the 24th day 
of June 1743.** It is drawn up or certified by Mr. D. 
MoncriefiFe, Deputy Queen'*s Remembrancer, and bears the date 
of September 24, 1747, when it was published. It begins by 
reciting those attainted by the 19th of George ii., of whom 
there are 42. It proceeds to give the list in four certificates, 
two of them under the hand of Henry Masterman, Esq., Clerk 
of the Crown. The first of these, dated July 24, 1747, con- 
tains 61 names, those found guilty of high treason by virtue of 
His Majesty^s special commission of Oyer and Terminer and 
Gaol Delivery in and for the county of Surrey. The second, 
dated July 25, 1747, contains 78 names, those found guilty by 
the same special commission for the county of Cumberland. 
The third, of the same date, gives those found guilty at York, 
70 in all. The fourth is under the hand of Ashley Cowper, 
Esq., Clerk of Parliament, and sets forth that the Earls of 
Kilmarnock and Cromartie, Lords Lovat and Balmerino, had 
been found guilty of high treason, 203 in all. There are 
scarcely any English names, except that of the hapless 
Townley, forsaken in the shambles of Carlisle. Some of the 
Surrey descriptions have a quaint ring: * Thomas Chadwick, 
otherwise Chaddock, gentleman, otherwise tallow-chandler; 
Thomas Fumival, gentleman, otherwise chapman ; James Gradd, 
otherwise Gad, gentleman, otherwise printer, otherwise type- 
founder ; Thomas Siddall, gentleman, otherwise peruke-maker; 
Alexander M^Growther, the elder, otherwise called Robinson, 
otherwise Robison, otherwise Robertson, gentleman, otherwise 



PREFACE. XV 

farmer, otherwise yeoman'' (the law seems determined to get 
hold of the hunted M'Growther somehow) ; * George Ramsay, 
gentleman, otherwise labourer,** and so forth. 

As to the present list, the Rev. Walter Macleod, to whose 
interesting Appendix we are so much indebted, tabulates the 
names, and finds them insufficiently Celtic: hinting indeed that 
the Highland host is something of a phantom. But to that it 
must be replied that the list is obviously deficient : that the 
districts named are not in the main purely Highland districts ; 
that, however, Scotsmen north of the Forth would in 1745 be 
essentially Highlanders, and that as a matter of fact the eye- 
witnesses of the Pretender'^s army speak of Highlanders, and 
nothing else — that is, men who in garb and appearance and 
language, and indeed for all practical purposes, were High- 
landers : indeed in Home'*s History of the Rebellion^ p. 104, 
an eyewitness goes out of the way to say that all the Pre- 
tender''s followers at the battle of Prestonpans were distinctively 
Highlanders. *The volunteer answered that most of them 
seemed to be strong, active, and handy men ; that many of 
them were of a very ordinary size, and, if clothed like low 
country men, would (in his opinion) appear inferior to the 
king^s troops ; but the Highland garb favoured them much, 
etc., etc.** Again, p. 137, * When the rebels began their march 
to the southward they were not 6000 men complete: they 
exceeded 5500, of whom 400 or 500 were cavalry ; and of the 
whole number not quite 4000 were real Highlanders, who 
formed the clan regiments, and were indeed the strength of 
the rebel army. All the regiments of foot wore the Highland 
garb/ Mr. PatuUo, the muster-master of the rebel army, on 
whose statement this sentence is based, does not indeed give 
any calculation of who were * real Highlanders "^ ; the inference 
rather to be drawn from him is that the cavalry were Lowland 
and the infantry Highland. But in any case, even on Home'^s 
showing, it is clear that the great bulk — ^two-thirds at least — 
were Highlanders ; and though it is probable that some chiefs 



xvi PREFACE. 

may have swelled their clan-following by recruiting Lowlanders, 
and that some of the tenants of TuUibardine and Perth may 
not have been strictly Highlanders, and although it stands 
on record that many non-Highland levies joined the rebel 
standards after the retreat and before Falkirk, it is abundantlv 
clear that the invasion of England was substantially a Celtic 
raid. Against the general testimony, the fact that the 
majority of names in these lists are not purely Celtic cannot 
be allowed to prevail. It would rather seem to prove that 
clan names were not so strictly adhered to as is generally 
supposed. 

If the lists are deficient it is from no want of care on the 
part of the Government. Circulars were sent to the parochial 
clergy (Dunbar^s Social Life in Former DaySy i. 875), desiring 
them to send in lists of all in their parishes who had not been 
engaged in the late ^ wicked and unnatural rebellion.** The 
deficiency would rather seem to arise from several of the excise 
districts being omitted. In the Edinburgh Almanack of 1766 
there is a * List of officers in the country collections under the 
direction of the Commissioners of Excise,** and the districts are 
given as follows : Aberdeen, Argyle North, Argyle South, 
Ayr, Caithness, Dumfries, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow, Hadding- 
ton, Inverness, Linlithgow, Perth, Teviotdale. The districts 
in this book are : — Aberdeen, Argyle North, Ayr, Banft*, 
Caithness, Campbelltown, Dumfries, Dundee, Dunfermline, 
Duns, Edinburgh, Elgin, Glasgow (2), Haddington, Kelso, 
Kirkcaldy, Lanark, Linlithgow, Montrose, Old Meldrum, 
Paisley, Perth, Ross, St. Andrews, Stirling. In the twenty 
years that elapsed between the two lists it is probable that 
changes may have been made, but the lists do not apparently 
cover the same or the whole ground. It does not seem 
possible, therefore, to carry the matter further than this — 
that the lists are probably complete in themselves, but that 
there are not enough of them. There are 25S0 names in this 
list, and few are reckoned as killed. But Charles'*s army before 



PREFACE. xvii 

Falkirk was at least 9000, and at CuUoden perhaps not less 
than 8000. In that curioqs little book, The Letters of a 
Volunteer mih Cumberland's Armyy the author, on hearsay 
evidence, estimates the Jacobite loss at Culloden at 2000 
killed, besides 9SS» French and 3S6 prisoners. Chambers says 
they lost 1000, one-fifth of their army. President Forbes says 
they were supposed to have 8000 men at Culloden, * of whom 
one-half are probably destroyed or in custody.** The Duke 
of Argyll, in an article published in 1883, alludes to a manu- 
script in the British Museum which states that the greatest 
number of men in arms against the Government did not exceed 
11,000. This points to a higher estimate than any that I 
have seen. But in any case Charles must have had under arms, 
at one time or another, three, if not four times the number 
recorded here. 

One or two detailed remarks may not be out of place. * Private 
man** means * private soldier.** *Pedee** (Latin, *pedisequus') on 
page 275 is a sort of footboy. Some of the descriptions are 
curious, and in this respect the Montrose report may be singled 
out as the most racy and animated. On page 12, the delin- 
quent schoolboy, William Law, will be noticed : on page 18, 
James Petrie, the ^shirrif deput**: on page 23, John Stewart, 
the * prompter to rebellion,** and William Troup, the dancing- 
master : on page 26, James Crichton of AuchengouU, ^ created 
Viscount of Frendraught by the Pretender^s son ** : on page 50, 
the quaint description of Lord Strathallan : on page 63, the 
judicious Crawford, portioner of Craill, who secured a knight- 
hood from James and a pension from Greorge : on page 66, the 
unhallowed duality of Andrew Lothian, who was * brewer and 
precentor to the unqualified meetinghouse ** : on page 68, the 
disloyal harridan, Mrs. Skeen, and Alexander Stiven, the ^ Trone 
[Tron ?] man ** : on page 92, Sir James Innes the weaver : on 
page 132, John Berrie, the * extraordinary salt watchman,** and 
Bartholomew Bower, the insulting precentor: on page 182, John 
Mitchell, the ruffian : on page 184, the * outragious ** Rannic : 



xviii PREFACE. 

on page S14, the obscure narrative of Gilbert Gibson: on 
page SSO and 222, the unlucky substitutes, David Low and 
George Money : on page 236, Syme, who dwelt by the sea- 
side, but was *' wrong in his judgement,** which on the facts is 
obvious enough. Throughout it will be found that it was no 
light matter to wear a white cockade, to drink toasts without 
reflection, or to speak disrespectfully of King George or the 
Duke of Cumberland. In the second list, page 297, are some 
curious details of property, though it will seem hardly possible 
that Arthur Gordon of Camoucie (page 308) should really 
have had an income of «f9000 sterling. 

Altogether it may be hoped that, for those who take any 
interest in this last burst of chivalry, these Lists will not have 
been printed in vain. 



LISTS OF REBELLS Transmitted to the 
Commissioners of Excise by the several 
Supervisors of Excise in SCOTLAND In 
obedience to a General Letter of the 
7th May 1746 



INDEX 



NuDM of diitricts firom which Lists are sent. 


FoUosi of 
the Book 
where Lists 
begin* 


No. of 
Rebels 
each List 
contains. 


Aberdeen 

Air 

A IE-- „i^ /north 
^^^^*®\80ttth [CampbeUtoun 


G • 


2 
292 

282 
290 


220 
1 

110 
2 


Banff 




24 


200 


Caithnes 






270 . 


5 


Dumfermling 

Dumfries 

Dundee 






146 
142 
196 


19 

19 

490 


Duns 






294 


4 


Edinburgh & Precincts . 
Elgine . 






244 
100 


138 
388 


Glasgow 1"* . 
Glasgow 2<^ 






272 
274 


2 

17 


Haddington . 






132 


59 


Kelso 

Kilmarnock . 
Kirkaldy 






280 
260 


5 

none 

24 


Lanerk . 
Linlithgow 






84 
264 


9 

27 


Montrose 






150 


SS5 


Old Meldrum 






86 


121 


Paisley . 
Perth . 






292 
42 


2 
115 


Ross 






72 


118 


St. Andrews . 
Stirling 






62 
54 


44 
46 




M 


2518 
ore 2 com 

from 

2520 



e up 
country 



^ For the folios in the original the pages of this volume are substituted. 



A LIST FROM ABERDEEN DISTRICT 
REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO 

SUPERVISOR OF 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 


1 






James Adamson 


Gardner 


Drum 


Drumoack 


John Alexander 
Cosmos Alexander 
WUliam Auld 
James Allan 


Picture Drawer 

do. 
Huxter 
Town Cadie 


Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 
do. 


Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 
do. 


James Adam 


Gardner 


do. 


do. 


George Alexander 
William Aberdeen 

James Aberdour 


Glover 
Vintiner 

Brazier 


Spittall 
Old Aber- 
deen 
do. 


Old Machar 
do. 

do. 


Robert Allan 


A Servant 


do. 


do. 


James Anderson 


Barber 


do. 


do. 


William Adamson 


lAlwurer 


Cowlie 


Mun}rmusk 


B. 

William Burnet 


Labourer 


Collonach 


Strachan 



)F PERSONS CONCERN'D IN THE 
?HE BOARD BY Mr. DAVID STUART, 
HXCISE THERE. 



County. 



\berdeen 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 



[incardin 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms with the Rebells in England 
and at the Battle of Falkirk^ ffrom 
whence he Carried off* a good deal of 
plunder 
Carried Arms with the Rebells in England 
Carried Arms with the Rebells in England 
Carried Arms at Inverury and Culloden 
Carried Arms at Inverury and Culloden 

Carried Arms, but deserted and jo)med His 

Royal Highness the Duke at Culloden. 
Acted as an Ensign in the Rebel Army 
Acted as a Quarter Master in the Rebel 

Army 
Assisted in uplifting money for the Rebells 

in Old Aberdeen and was at the Battle 

of Culloden 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 

With the Rebells from the Commencement 

of the Rebellion 
Carried Arms at Culloden Battle 



Where they 
now are. 



Lurking. 



Not known. 
Not known. 
Lurking. 
Prisoner in 
Aberdeen. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 



Prisoner in 
Old Aberdeen. 
Not known. 

Lurking. 



Was at Falkirk and Culloden Battles under Not known. 
Arms 






.•.■•-. 



:>*■• 



UST OF REBELS FROM 






• • • 



• _'• 



• _ •- 






Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Robert Baxter 


Labourer 


Netherhaugh 


Strachan 


William Birse 


do. 


Carlaurg 


Birse 


Magnus Bridgefoord 
Robert Brand 


do. 
do. 


Upper Mains 
of Blairy- 
droyne 

Banchory 


Durris 

Upper Ban* 

chory 
Kincardin 


John Burnet^ Esq' 


of Campfield 


Campfield 


William Baird 


Silk dyer 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Robert Barclay 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


John Bredy 
James Bisset 

Peter Byers, Esq'' 


labourer 

Servant to John 

Downie 
of Tonley 


Don Bridge 
Little Clin- 

tarly 
Tonley 


Old Machar 
Newhills 

Tonley 


C. 
John Calder 


a young servant 


Bumhead 


Birss 


James Coutts 

David Camming 
John Cristal 


a poor man 

a Servant 
Wright 


Banchory 

Aberdeen 
do. 


Upper Ban- 
chory 
Aberdeen 
do. 


David Coutts, Jun'* 
David Cristal 


Wright 
do. 


do. 
Old Aber- 
deen 


da 
Old Machar 


George Chalmers 
Peter Coutts 


Salmond Fisher 
Merchant 


Don bridge 
Aberdeen 


do. 
Aberdeen 



ABERDEEN DISTRICT— Cow^nt^d. 



County. 

[incardin 
beideen 
do. 

incairden 
berdeen 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



berdeen 

do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 



Was at Falkirk Battle, but said to be' 

forced out 
Was at Falkirk Battle, but said to be 

forced out 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 



Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 
Captain of Artillary in the Rebel Service 

Appeared with the first who attempted to 
proclaim the Pretender, and assisted in 
unloading the Spanish Ship at Peterhead 

Lifeguard man to the Young Pretender 
during the whole Rebellion 

Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 

Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden 

A Captain of the Rebells during the whole 
Rebellion 



Carried Arms at Culloden, but said to be 

forced 
Carried Arms with the Rebells 

Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden and 
was very active in unloading the Spanish 
Ship at Peterhead & transporting the 
arms 
Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden 
Assisted in unloading the Spanish Ship at 
Peterhead, was concerned in a Mob in 
Old Aberdeen, was apprehended and 
admitted to Bail 
Carried arms at Falkirk and Culloden 
Kept guard for the Rebells the night of 
Inverury Skirmish, and has distinguished 
himself by talking most disrespectfully 
of His Majesty 



"Where they 
now are. 



Not known. 



Taken prisoner 
at Carlisle. 

Prisoner in 
Aberdeen. 

Not known. 

Not known. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 



Not known. 



Killed. 
Lurking. 



Not known. 
Old Aberdeen. 



Lurking. 
Not known. 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



John Coutts 



Robert Calder 
William Coutts 



George Craig 
Andrew Clark 



D. 
George Durward 

Robt. Durward 

Thomas Duncan 

Peter Davidson 

James Dunn 

Alexander Douglas 

John Douglas 
James Duff 



Alex' Decorm, Jun'^ 



Alex'' Decorm, Sen' 
Andrew Deans 
John Downie 
Peter Dogood 



Designations. 



Abode. 



Parish. 



Baker's Apprentice 



Sailor 



Boatman 



Wright 
Labourer 



Labourer 



do. 



do. 

Servant 

Labourer 

do. 

a Cottar 

Writer's Apprentice 



Servant 



Wright 

Labourer 

ffarmer 

of Auchenhove 



Aberdeen 



do. 



Torry 



Lonhead 
Wester Co- 
larly 

Band 

do. 

Tillygarment 

Balnacraig 

Calton of 

Cockardy 
Coble heugh 

Glass Well 
Hatten 



Aberdeen 



do. 

HillofTulli- 

cam 
Little Clin- 

tarty 
Auchenhove 



Aberdeen 



do. 



Nigg 



Old Machar 
Echt 



Birss 

do. 

do. 

Aboyn 

Kinkardin 

Banchory 

do. 
Aughter- 
glass 

Aberdeen 

do. 
Clunie 
Newhills 
Lumfannan 



ABERDEEN DISTRICT— CmUmied. 



County. 



Aberdeen 



do. 



Kincairdin 



Aberdeen 
do. 



Aberdeen 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

Kincardin 

do. 
Aberdeen 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Was one of the Mob who broke the Town's 
Drum when solemnizing the Prince of 
Wales Birth Day 

Carried Arms and went North with the 
Rebells 

Assisted in Inlisting men for the Pretender 
and discharged numbers of People from 
attending a Fast appointed by Royal 
Authority 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden 



Carried Arms at Falkirk but said to be 

forced 
Carried Arms at Falkirk but said to be 

forced 
Carried Arms at Falkirk but said to be 

forced 
Carried Arms in England & at Falkirk 

and Culloden 
Carried Arms at Culloden ^ 

Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden^ 
and there 

Carried Arms at Inverury & Culloden 

Carried Arms in the Character of an Officer 
at Inverury, and was one of those who 
apprehended Mr. Maitland of Pitrichie 

Acted as a Lieutenant of the Rebells at 
the Battle of CuUoden & as Collector 
of the Town Tax of Aberdeen 

Acted as a Tidesman for the Rebells in the 
Port of Aberdeen 

Carried arms at the Battle of Culloden 

Lieutenant in the Rebel Army at the 
Battle of CuUoden 

One of the Rebel Officers, was very active 
in raising large sums of money out of 
the Parishes of Kincardin, Lumfannan, 
Touch, Alford, Lochhill, and Midmar 



Where they 
now are. 



Not known. 



Not known. 

Prisoner in 
Aberdeen. 



Not known. 
Not known. 



Not known. 



Kil'd. 

Not known. 

Not known. 



Lurking. 



Not known. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Lurking near 
his own house. 



8 



LIST OF BEBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


E. 

John Easson 
Henry Elphinston, 

Sen'^ 
Henry Elphinston, 

Jun*^ 
Michael Edward 

WiUiam Edward 


a Cottar 

a discharg'd land 

waiter 
Shipmaster 

Blacksmith 

Shoemaker 


Lorichmore 
Aberdeen 

do. 

Old Aber- 
deen 
do. 


Strachan 
Aberdeen 

do. 

OldMachar 

do. 


Robert Ewing 
Charles Ewing 


Soldier & deserter 
Labourer 


Charlestown 
do. 


Aboyne 
do. 


Robert Easson 


do. 


Formistoun 


do. 


Peter Ewing 


do. 


Croft 


Glentaner 


F. 
Alexander Frazer 


Servant 


Castle Frazer 


Clunie 


James Farquharson 


of Balmurret 


Craigmile 


Kincardin 


Robert Forbes 
Benjamin Forbes 


Silversmith Apprentice 
Merchant 


Aberdeen 
do. 


Aberdeen 
do. 


Will°» ffindlater 


Shoemaker 


Spittal 


OldMachar 


Will"» Farquharson 
Robert Findlay 


Farmer 
Labouring Servant 


Tarland 
Balfidie 


Tarland 
Birss 


Alex*^ Tillan 
George Forsyth 
Francis Farquharson 


Labourer 

Servant 

of Monaltrie 


Kirktoun 

Stonywood 

Brachly 


Aboyne 

Newhills 

Glenmuck 


John Farquharson 
Henry Farquharson 

Francis Farquharson 


Farmer 
do. 

do. 


Bogg 
Whitehouse 

Miln 
Bogg 


Tarland 
Colston 

Tarland 



ABERDEEN BISTRICr— Continued. 



Connty. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Kincardin 


Carried Arras at the Battle of Culloden. 




Aberdeen 


Acted as Tidesurveyor for the Rebels in 


Prisoner at 




the Port of Aberdeen 


Edinr. 


do. 


Went to Carlisle with the Rebels, from 
whence he deserted 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms and went North with the 
Rebels 


Not known. 


do. 


Assisted in unloading the Spanish Ship at 
Peterhead and was one of a Mob in Old 


Admitted to 
BaiU. 


do. 


Aberdeen, was apprehended but 
Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden 


Kiird. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden, and 


Lurking. 


do. 


was very active in plundering 
Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden, and 


Not known. 


do. 


was very active in plundering 
Carried Arms at Falkirk, but hath not been 
out since 


At home. 


Aberdeen 


Carried Arms at the Battles of Falkirk ik 
Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms in England, a Lieu^ Collonel, 
and wounded at Falkirk 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms from the commencment of 
the Rebellion to the Battle of Culloden 


Not known. 


do. 


Assisted in transports^ the Spanish Arms 
from Peterhead, surrendered himself, & 


Admitted to 
Baill. 


do. 


now 
Assisted in raising men for the Rebels 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden, but said to be 
forced 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


A Collonel in the Rebel Armv at Falkirk 
and Culloden, and one of the Chief 


In Inverness 




Prisoner. 




Raisers of the Men of Aboyne & Cromar 




do. 


An Ensign at Culloden Battle 


Kiird. 


do. 


Captain in the Rebel Army at Falkirk & 
Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried arms as an Officer at Culloden 


Kill'd. 



10 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Robert Farquharson 
John Frain 

Robert Farquharson 

Charles Farquharson 


Farmer 
do. 

Deserter from Lord 
Loudown's Regim^ 
Farmer 


Bogg 
MilnofAuch- 

enhove 
Tuliick 

Drumnopark 


Tarland 
Lumfanan 

Glenmuck 

do. 


Francis ffarquhar 


Servant 


Phinzian 


Birss 


G. 
George Gordon, Esq' 


of Halhead 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Francis Gordon 
Alex'^ Garrioch 


of Kincardin Miln, 

Writer 
Merchant 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


Francis Gordon 


Shoemaker 


do. 


do. 


Will°» Gow 
William Garmack 
William Gray 


Salmond Fisher 
Workman 
Salmond Fisher 


Don Bridge 
Lonhead 
Don Bridge 


OldMachar 
do. 
do. 


Lord Lewis Gordon 


Lieu* in the Navy 






Charles Gordon, F^q' 


of Blelork 


Miln of 
Gillan 


Coull 


John Gattahon 
William Gordon 
James Glass 


Turner 
Fanner 
a Rebel Officer 


Dyce 
Ferrer 


Dyce 

Aboyn 

Glenmuck 


H. 
John Hector 


Salmond Fisher 


Croves 


Old Machar 


John Hogg 

Charles Hacket 
Alexander Hall 
John Hunter 


Extraordinary Tides- 
man 
Wright Lad 
Salmond Fisher 
Labourer 


Aberdeen 

do. 
Kincoussie 
Leyshangie 


Aberdeen 

do. 
MaryCulter 
Kemny 



ABERDEEN DISTKICT— Confmaed. 



11 



County. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Aberdeen An Ensign at Culloden Battle 
do. A Serjeant in the Rebel Army 



do. 
do. 
do. 



Aberdeen 



do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 



Aberdeen 

do. 

do. 
do. 
da 



An Ensign in the Rebel Army at the 

Battle of Culloden 
An Ensign in the Rebel Army at Culloden 

Battle 
Carried Arms at Culloden^ but said to be 

forced out. 



Carried Arms the whole Rebellion^ & was 
Secretary to Lord Pitsligo 

Acted as General Quarter Master to the 
Rebels^ now in the Highlands 

Acted as Ensign during the whole Rebel- 
lion 

Acted as Ensign during the whole Rebel- 
lion 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Carried Arms at Culloden, and was taken 
prisoner, but 

Acted as Govemour of Aberdeen and 
Collonel of a Regim* of the Rebels 

A Captain and carried Arms at Falkirk, In- 
verury & Culloden & forced men out 
of the Earl of Aboyn's Estate 

Carried Arms at Cullonden 

Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden 

Was one of those who took the Excise 
Officers prisoners for to deliver their 
Books to him 



Carried Arms during the whole Rebellion 

Acted as Tidesman for the Rebels in 

Aberdeen 
Acted as Collector of the Cess for the Rebells 
Acted as Serjeant to the Rebels 
Carried Arms at Culloden 



Where they 
now are. 



Kiird. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Not known. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Not known. 
Not known. 
Admitted to 

Baill. 
Not known. 

Lurking. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 



Prisoner in 
Old Aberdeen. 

Not known. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 



12 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


• 
Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


I. 
James Jaffrey 


Joyner 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Thomas Jaffrey 
John Innes 


Under Goaler 
Wright 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


John Ingram 
Alex"^ Irvine, Esq'' 


Workman 
of Drum 


Lonhead 
Drum 


Old Machar 
Drumoack 


James Innes, Esq^ 
Alex' Imbry 


of Banacraig 


Banacraig 
Lochloun 


Aboyne 
Banchory 


K. 

David Keith 
Joseph Kemloe 
William Knows 

Robert Knows 
L 


Workman 
Blacksmith 
Salmond Fisher 

do. 


Hardgate 

do. 
Nether Ban- 
chory 
Craighead 


Old Machar 
do. 

Nether 
Banchory 


Joseph Largo 
Mr. George Law 


Joumyman Sadler 
Nonjurant Minister 


Aberdeen 
do. 


Aberdeen 
do. 


Will"" Taw, his son 
Will'" Leith 


A School Boy 
Snuff Grinder 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


Will" Leith 
Patrick Logic 


a Tobacconist 
Writer 


Old Aber- 
deen 
Aberdeen 


Old Machar 
Aberdeen 


George Leith 
Charles Longmuir 
Andrew I^ines 


Salmond Fisher 
Labourer 
do. 


do. 
Upper Torie 
Blackhall 


do. 

Nigg 
Strachan 


Will- Ley 

David Lumsden 
John Lumsden 


Deserter from the 

Army 
Farmer 

do. 


Charlestoun 

Auchlossan 
Miln of Cowl 


Aboyn 

Lumfanan 
Cowl 



ABERDEEN DISTRICT— Con^wti^d. 



13 



County. 



Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 

Kincardin 



Aberdeen 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

Kineardin 

do. 

Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms at the Battles of Falkirk & 

Culloden 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 
Acted as Ensign in the Rebel Army during 

the whole Rebellion 
Was at the Battle of Culloden 
Carried Arms with the Rebels during the 

whole Rebellion, now in the Highlands 
Was in the Rebel Life Guards 
Carried Arms at Culloden 



Carried Arms at Culloden 
Carried Arms at Culloden 
Carried arms during the whole Rebellion 

Was Aiding & Assisting to the Rebels in 
taking Horses 



Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 

Carried Arms with the Rebels, was at Stir- 
ling Seige Sc Culloden, now prisoner in 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Carried arms at Falkirk & Culloden, now 
prisoner in 

Carried Arms at Culloden, now prisoner in 

Acted as Land- Waiter & Officer of Excise 

in Aberdeen 
Acted as Tidesman at Aberdeen 
Carried Arms at Culloden 
Carried Arms as a Serjeant at Inverury & 

Culloden, now in the Highlands 
Carried Arms as a Serjeant at Inverury & 

Culloden 
Captain of the Rebels 
Bought & Fumisht Shoes for the Rebels, 

did not appear in Arms but was very 

[activelin spiriting up his nighbours to 

rise in Rebellion 



Where they 
now are. 



Not known. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Prisoner in 
Aberd". 



Not known. 

Inverness. 
Not known 

Aberdeen. 
Elgine. 

Lurking. 

Not known. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Dead. 

Not known. 



14 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Thomas Ley 
John Low 



M. 

Duncan M'Grigor 
John M'Lean 
Will" Moir, Esq' 
Robert Mitchell 



Robert Muir 

David Marr 
George Mill 
James Moir 

Peter Murray 

John Martin 

Robert Montgomery 

Hugh M'Gee 
Alexander Man- 



Alexander McDonald 



Robert Marr 
Thomas Mossman 



Designations. 



Labourer 
Farmer 



Farmer 

Servant to Ja* Tower 

of Loneymay 

Barber 



Writer 

Flesher 

Labourer 

Shoemaker 

Servant to Wm. Coutts 

Farmer 

A Beggar 

Sailor 
Flesher 



Merchant 



Thomas Mercier, 

Esq'^ 
James Moir, Esq' 

Charles Moir 
Hercules M'Cook. 



Wright 
Writer 



Merchant 

of Ston3rwood 

Ship Master 
Shoemaker 



Abode. 



Tullick 
Gowry Hall 



Parish. 



Glenmuck 
Aboyn 



Tarland 
Ferryhill 
Nether Miln 
Aberdeen 



do. 

do. 
Upper Torie 
Old Aber- 
deen 

do. 

Gordon's Mil 

Old Aber- 
deen 
Aberdeen 
do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 

Stonywood 

Aberdeen 
Spittal 



Tarland 
Old Machar 
Crouden 
Aberdeen 



do. 

do. 
Nigg 
Old Machar 

do. 

do. 

do. 

Aberdeen 
do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 

Newhills 

Aberdeen 
Old Machar 



ABERDEEN DISTRICT— Co/tfinM^d. 



15 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Aberdeen 


Gamed Anns at Inverury (ic CuUoden 


Lurking. 


do. 


Acted as Seijeant to the Rebels at Falkirk^ 
but was not out since 


Not known. 


Aberdeen 


Acted as Ensign, now prisoner at Inverness 


Inverness. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Inverury (& Culloden 


Not known. 


do. 


Acted as Deputy Govemour of Aberdeen \ 




do. 


A Serjeant & in Arms for the Rebels, was f 


Not known. 




very active in Recruiting (& at Cul- ( 




loden Battle ) 




do. 


One of the Rebel Hussar the whole 
Rebellion 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Inverury & Culloden 


Lurking. 


Kincardin 


Carried Arms at Inverury & Culloden 


Lurking. 


Aberdeen 


Assisted in Unloading a Spanish Ship at 


Admitted to 




Peterhead, was in custody but 


Baill. 


do. 


Carried arms during the whole Rebellion, 






now prisoner in 


Old Aberdeen. 


do. 


Acted as an Ensign at Culloden, now 






prisoner in 


Aberdeen. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried arms at Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


Kept Guard at Aberdeen for the Rebels 
the night of Inverury Skirmish, now 






prisoner at 


Aberdeen. 


do. 


Was frequently in Company with the Rebels 
Govemours and assisted in breaking open 






Letters for which he is now in prison at 


Aberdeen. 


do. 


Acted as Tidesman for the Rebells at 
Aberdeen 


Not known. 


do. 


Appeared on the Cross at reading the 


Admitted to 




Rebels' Manifesto, wrote the Burgess 


Baill. 




Tickets to the French Officer, for which 






absconded, but is now 




do. 


Aid du Camp to Lord Pitsligo during the 
whole Rebellion 


Lurking. 


do. 


A Lieutenent CoUonel during the whole 
Rebellion 


Lurking. 


do. 


Acted as Captain during the Rebellion 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden 


Not known. 



16 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Ronald McDonald. 


Serv* at Brick Kilns 


Old Aberdeen 


Old Machar 


Alex' M'Grigor 


Workman 


Lonhead 


do. 


James Mitchell 


do. 


do. 


do. 


George Mitchell 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Gilbert Menzies^ 


Son to Mr. Menzies of 


Pitfodels 


Mary Culter 


Esq' 


Pitfodels formerly 
a French Officer 




w 


John Menzies \ 
David Menzies f 
Will" Menzies f 


Sons of said Mr. '\ 
Menzies of Pitfo- > 
dels. 3 


do. 


do. 


James Menzies ) 






William Mair 


Farmer 


Blackball 


Strachan 


Alexander Million 


Shoemaker 


Loughtoun 


Banchory 


Peter Mackie 


a Farmer's son 


Midbelty 


Kincardin 


John Moir 


Labourer 


Auchmore 


Midmar 


WUliam Middleton 


Labourer 


Tilabooty 


Cowl 


Samuel Middleton 


Labourer 


do. 


do. 


James Middleton 


Labourer 


Tilfoody 


Aboyn 


N. 
James Nivie 


Merchant 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


0. 

William Ogg 


Labourer 


Muryhall 


Aboyn 


William Ogilvy 


Merchant 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


P 
William Philp 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 


George Paton 


Joumyman Shoe- 
maker 


do. 


do. 



ABERDEEN DISTRICT— Ca/t<iMU<rd. 



17 



County. 

Aberdeen 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Kincardin 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



do. 



do. 






do. 
Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 



Aberdeen 



Aberdeen 
do. 



Aberdeen 
do. 



Carried Arms during the Rebellion 
Carried Arms at Culloden 
Carried Arms at Culloden^ now prisoner in 
Carried Arms at Culloden^ now prisoner in 
Carried Arms at Culloden Battle 



Carried Arms in England & at Culloden 
Carried Arms in England and at Culloden 
Carried Arms during the whole Rebellion ) 
Carried Arms during the whole Rebellion ) 
Distressed the Country lev3ring money for 

the Rebels, said to be 
Carried Arms at Culloden 
Acted as Ensign for the Rebels during the 

Rebellion 
Carried Arms at Culloden Battle 
Assisted the Rebels in Robing the Country 

of Arms, but did not go to the Field with 

them 
An Active Rebel at all the Engagements 

& is now lurking 
An Active promoter of Rebellion 



Assisted the Rebels in keeping [guard] 
during Inverury Skirmish, now prisoner 



m 



Carried Arms with the Rebels 
Carried Arms in the Pretender's Life 
Guards during the whole Rebellion 



Carried arms at the Battle of Culloden 
Kept guard for the Rebels the night of 
Inverury Skirmish & was concerned in 
some Mobs, for which he was appre- 
hended but afterwards 



Where they 
now are. 



Not known. 
Not known. 
Aberdeen. 
Aberdeen. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 



Kill'd. 

Not known. 

Lurking. 
At Home. 



Near Home, 
at home. 



Aberdeen. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Not known. 
Admitted to 
Baill. 



B 



18 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Petrie 


Shirrif Deput 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Alex*" Paterson 


Labourer 


Todlochy 


Munymusk 


R. 
John Robertson 


Wright 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Robert Reid 

James Robb 

James Ross 
John Ross 
Hugh Russel 


Merch* & Son to 
S' Alex' Reid of 
Barra 

late Serv* to the 
Shirrif Clerk 

Apprentice 

Sailor 

Apprentice 


Barra 

Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 
do. 


Bourty 

Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 
do. 


James Ross, Sen' 


Shirrif Officer 


do. 


do. 


James Ross, Jun', 

his Son 
Robert Ross 
Robert Ross 
John Ross 
John Reid 
Andrew Richy 
Robert Reid 


a Boy 

Gardner 

Porter 

Flesher 

Stabler 

Horse Hyrer 

Mason 


do 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Old Aberdeen 
Aberdeen 


do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Old Machar 
Aberdeen 


Hugh Ross 
Alex"^ Robertson 
Alex' Rieth 


labourer 

do. 
Taylor 


Wester Clunie 

Clintary 

Gateside 


Birss 

do. 
Upper Ban- 
chory 
Durris 
Aboyn 
Glenmuck 
Braemarr 


James Ramsay 
Robert Reid, Jun' 
Alex' Ross 
Donald Reid 


Servant 
Servant 
Farmer 
labourer 


Boathole 
Charlestoun 
TuUich 
Inver 


S. 
James Stot 


Sclater 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 



ABERDEEN DISTRICr—Cotainued. 



19 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Aberdeen 


Aided & assisted the Rebels in all their 
meetings at Aberdeen; Proclaimed the 
Pretender and levyed money for the 
Rebels particularly in the County of Ross 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk and CuUoden 


Lurking. 


Aberdeen. 


Carried Arms and was at the Battle of 
Culloden 




do. 


A Rebel officer at Inverury Skirmish Sc - 
one of those that Apprehended M' 
Maitland of Pitrichie J 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms the whole Rebellion & was 
at Culloden Battle 


Not known. 


do. 


Acted as an Ensign in the Rebel Army ") 
Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army J 


Not knoMm. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms at the Skirmish of Inverury 


Admitted to 




& was imprisoned^ but afterwards 


Baill. 


do. 


Carried Arms the whole Rebellion, and is 






now prisoner at 


Inverness. 


do. 


Acted as a Drummer for the Rebels, now 






prisoner at 


Inverness. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden, now prisoner at 


Aberdeen 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms during the Rebellion 


Not known. 


do. 


Was in Anns in a Mob at Aberdeen upon 




do. 


the Prince of Wales' Birth Day 
Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden j 




Kincaidin. 


Carried Arms at Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


• 

Carried Arms at Falkirk 


Lurking. 


Aberdeen. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk and there 


Kill'd. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden 


Lurking. 


Aberdeen. 


Carried Arms the whole time of the Re- 
bellion 


Lurking. 



ao 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



John Shaw 

Willa Steuart 
John Scott 



George Steill 



Daniel Smith 



Robert Sandilands 



James Sill 

Alexander Symers 
Wiling Strachan 



John Sherrif 

James Strachan 

James Smith 

Robert Scrogy 

Robert Smith 
Francis Smith, Sen' 
Francis Smith, Jun' 

James Simpson 

Steuart 



Peter Smith 
Alexander Smith 



Designations. 



fiidler 

Joumyman Baker 
Sailor 



Merchant 



do. 



I 



Writer 



Merchant 

Gardner 

Late Clerk to the 

Comptroller of the 

Customes 
Barber 

Extraordinary Tides- 
man 
Workman 

Servant Lad 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

of Auchoily 

Labourer 
do. 



Abode. 



Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 

Lonhead 

Eshly 

Bridge Dy 

Charlestoun 

do. 

do. 

Auchoily 

Auchlossan 
Dalquhing 



Parish. 



Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 

Old Machar 

Upper Ban<- 

choiy 
Strachan 
Aboyn 

do. 

do. 

Glenmuck 

Lumfanan 
Glentaner 






ABERDEEN DISTRICT— CofUmued. 



21 



County. 



Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 

Kincardin 

do. 
Aberdeen 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms thro* the whole Rebellion 
and now prisoner in 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Carried Arms at Falkirk^ Inveruiy^ & 
Culloden; and tho' scarce better than a 
Boy was very active in distressing the 
Inhabitants of Aberdeen where he is 
now in prison 

Assisted in landing a Spanish Ship at Peter- 
head, and was Substitute Govemour of 
Aberdeen the time of Inverury Skirmish 

Formerly a Sailor in Commodore Anson's 
Squadron, acted as Lieutenant in the 
Rebel Service, & was at Inverury & 
Culloden Battle 

Captain in the Rebel Service, was in 
England, Falkirk, and Culloden, now in 
the Highlands 

A Serjeant in the Rebel Service, & was 
at the Battle of Culloden 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Acted as Collector of Excise & Customs 
in Aberdeen for the Rebels, & went north 
with them 

Acted as Tidesman for the Rebels in Aber- 
deen 

Acted as Tidesman for the Rebels in Aber- 
deen 

Carried Arms at Culloden and now prisoner 
in 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Carried Arms at Culloden 

Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden 

Carried Arms at Culloden, but said to 

be forced 
Carried Arms at Culloden, but said to 

be forced 
Carried Arms the whole Rebellion, 

Wounded at Culloden & since 
Carried Arms at Falkirk and Culloden 
Carried Arms at Inverury but retum'd & 
laid hold of His Royal Highnesses Pro- 
clamation 



Where they 
now are. 



Aberdeen. 

Lurking. 

Aberdeen. 



Lurking. 



Lurking. 



Lurking. 

Not known. 

Not known. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Inverness. 



Not known. 



Dead. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 



22 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


•Parish. 


John Stewart 


Farmer 


Borland 


Glentaner 


Peter Stewart '\ 
James Stewart >■ 
Joseph Stewart j 


Sons to the above 
John Stewart 


do. 


do. 


Peter Sanyson 


Labourer 


Tullich 


Glenmuck 


T. 
William Troup 


Dancing Master 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Andrew Tilleray 

John Thomson 
John Turner 


Horse hyrer 

Merchant 
Brick layer 


Old Aber- 
deen 
do. 
Aberdeen 


Old Machar 

do. 
Aberdeen 


Charles Troup 
W. 


Servant 


Pittenkeiy 


Upper Ban- 
chory 

• 


Daniel White 
Alexander White 
Joseph Wilkins 

George Weir 
William Williamson 

James Webster 


Hookmaker 

do. 
Weaver 

Workman 
Salmond Fisher 

Servant 


Aberdeen 
do. 

Old Aber- 
deen 

Lonhead 

Hilhead 
Blairs 

Balnaboth 


Aberdeen 

do. 
Old Machar 

do. 
Maiy Culter 

Birse 


William Walker 


Wauker 


Waukmill 
belly 


Kincardin 



ABERDEEN mSTmCT— Continued. 



23 



County. 



Aberdeen 



do. 



do. 



Aberdeen 

do. 

do. 
do. 

Kincardin 



Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 

do. 
Kincardin 

Aberdeen 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where they 
now are. 



" A prompter to Rebellion who had three 
sons Engaged therein from one of 
which he received a Horse taken at 
Inverness, he also apprehended two 
of the M'Leods who were making 
their escape home 

{Enlisted Volunteers with the French \ 
and carried Arms at the Battles off 
Falkirk, Inverury and Culloden, now f 
near their father s house ) 

Was at Falkirk and Culloden 



Acted as Lieutenant at Inverury and Cul- 
loden 
Carried Arms during the Rebellion 

Acted as Ensign at Inverury and Culloden 
A Serjeant for the Rebells during the 

whole Rebellion 
Carried Arms at Culloden, but said to be 

forced out. 



Carried Arms during the whole Rebellion 
Carried Arms the whole of the Rebellion 
Carried Arms at Inverury & went north 

with the Rebels 
Carried Arms at Culloden 
Carried Arms at Culloden & prisoner at 

Carried Arms at Culloden but said to be 

forced. 
Carried Arms at Falkirk & Culloden 



Not known. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Liu*king. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 

Not known. 
Aberdeen. 



Not known. 



LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN 
BOARD BY MR JOHN STUART, 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


A. 
George Abemethie 


Merchant & Magis- 
trate 


Banff 


Banff 


Jas. AbercFombie 


Farmer 


Skeith 


Banff 


Alex' Anderson 


Laird of Tjmot 


Tynot 


do. 


Alex' Anderson 


Servant 


Upper 
Dalachie 


do. 


James Anderson 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


John Anderson 


Gentleman 


Craghead 


Murray 


John Abemethie 


Skinner or Taner 


Strathbogie 


Aberdeen 


John Allan 


Farmer 


Moss side 


Banff 


Alex' Anderson 


Servant 


Knochie 
Milne 


do. 


Alex' Abemethie 


Farmer 


Tipperty 


do. 


John Anderson 


Yomiger of Greens 


Greens 


Aberdeen 


B. 
James Bowman 


Householder 


Portsoy 


Banff 


James Bowie 


Brewer & Maltster 


Cullen 


Banff 


George Bremner 


Shoemaker 


Fochabers 


Murray 


John Barclay 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Robert Bennet 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


Robert Bremner 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 


George Bremner 


Shoemaker 


Birkinbum 


do. 


Alex' Begg 


Taner 


Akinboe 


Aberdeen 


Geo9 Bygowan 


Servant 


Kintore 


Aberdeen 



THE REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE 
SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE AT BANFF. 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 



Captain, assisted in collecting money 

Captain, assisted in collecting the Revenue for the 

Rebels 8c gave them Intelligence of Anns 
Bnsign 
A Serjeant and Enlisted men for the Rebels 

An Ensign 8c very active in circumveening men 

into the Rebel service 
Ensign 
Hjrred out by the Inhabitants, who were forced so 

to do by John Gordon of Abochie 
Private man 8c hired out 
Private man 

An Officer & taken at Carlisle 
Volunteer 



A private man 

A private man 8c assisted in plundering the Earl 

of Findlater's house 
A private man 
A private man 

A private man & returned to the Countrey 
A private man 8c returned to the Country 
A Volunteer 
Private man 8c hired out 
Private man 8c hired out 



} 



Where they now are. 



Prisoner at Car- 
lisle. 
Lurking. 

Lurking, 
a Prisoner. 

Not known. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 
Lurking. 

Prisoner. 
Not known* 



Not known. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Not known. 



S6 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



George Brember 
James Bicky 

Will°» Brown 

WUl"" Baird 

C. 

Angus Campbell 
John Chapman 

Alexander Clark 
Alexander Cowie 
Thomas Clapperton 
Patrick Christy 
James Crichton 

John Cormack 

D. 

John Duff 

Sir Will°» Dunbar 

James Donaldson 

Alex'^ Duffus 
George Duncan 
James Dawson 
James Duncan 
Will°» Davidson 

E. 
John Elder 

F. 

Robert Frazer 
James Farquhar 
Donald Frazer 
George Forbes 
Alex"^ ffrazer 



Designations. 



Wright & a Servant 
Miller's Apprentice 

Servant 

of Auchmedin 



Carrier 

Servant to S' W"^ 

Gordon of Park 
Dyster 
Weaver 

do. 
Farmer 
of Auchingoull 

Servant to Darlathis 



Baxter 

Laird of Dum 
Servant 



Servant to S' W^ 
Gordon of Park 



Carrier & Horse hirer 

Farmer 

House holder 

Weaver 

Gentleman 



Abode. 



County. 



Carnousie 
Miln of Tur- 

reff 
Carnousie 

Wauk Miln 
Auchmedin 



Banff 
Park 

Fochabers 

do. 

do. 
Causartly 
Auchingoull 

Darlathis 



Messenger 
Servant 


Fochabers 
do. 


Wright 
Servant 


Kinminity 
Turriff 


Taylor 


do. 



Banff 
Dum 
Ranass 



Park 



Banff 
Burnside 
Portsoy. 
Fochabers 
Miln of Art- 
lock 



Aberdeen 
Banff 

do. 

Aberdeen 



Banff 
do. 

Murray 

do. 

do. 
Banff 

do. 

Aberdeen 



Banff 
do. 
do. 

Murray 

do. 
Banff 
Aberdeen 
do. 



Banff 



Banff 

do. 

do. 
Murray 
Aberdeen 



BANFF DISTRICT— CwrfmMtrd. 



27 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 



Private man 
Private man 

Private man 

Deputy Lieutenant & Govemour of Banff Shire 
under Lord Lewis Gordon 



Private man 

Serving his master who was a Rebel 

Private man 

Private man was at Culloden Battle and there 

Private man 

Serjeant & was at the Battle of Culloden 

A Collonel of the Rebels and created Viscount of 

Frendraught by the Pretender's Son 
Recruited men for the Rebels 



PHvate man 

Volunteer & would have no Commission 

Assisted the Rebels 

A Private man 

Private man 

Private man & hired out 

Private man 

Private man^ is returned to the Country & 



\ 



a Servant 



a Private man 

Private man 

Private man 

Servant to Lord Drummond 

Volunteer 



Where they now are. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Not known. 



Not known. 
Not known. 

Prisoner. 

Kiird. 

Prisoner at Carlisle. 

Lurking. 

Not known. 



Not known. 

Prisoner at Inver- 
ness. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 



Not known. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 



S8 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


Robert Forbes 


Farmer 


Corss 


Aberdeen 


William Fife 


do. 


Down 


Banff 


G. 
John Grant 

Sir William Gordon 


Serv* to Sir W°» 

Gordon 
of Park 


Park 
Park 


Banff 
do. 


Alex' Gordon 
George Gordon 
James Guthry 
John Goodbrand 
Humphrey Grant 
Alex' Gordon 


Farmer 

Blacksmith 

Servant 

Wright 

Weaver 

Gentleman 


Pittenbringan 

Cullen 

Ranass 

Cullen 

Banff 

Fochabers 


do. 

do. 

do. 
Banff 

do. 
Murray 


Charles Gordon 


Surgeon Apprentice 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


James Gordon 


of Clashtirum 


Clashtirum 


Banff 


James Gordon 


Gentleman 


Birkenbuss 


do. 


John Gordon 


Popish Priest 


Press home 


do. 


WUliam Gray 


Salmond Fisher 


Fochabers 


Murray 


James Gordon 


Younger of Aberlour 


Aberlour 


Banff 


John Gordon 


School Master 


Tarry cross 


do. 


John Gray 
William Gordon 
Peter Gordon 
John Grant 
Charles Gordon 
Charles Gordon 


Servant 

Farmer 

Inn keeper 

Taylor 

Gentleman 

Younger of Binhall 


Keith 

Newmill 

Strathbogie 

do. 
Beldomie 
Binhall 


do. 

do. 
Aberdeen 

do. 
Banff 
Aberdeen 


Charles Gordon 


Younger of Terpersie 


Terpersie 


Banff 


George Glashan 
John Grant 


Servant 
do. 


Bagrie Miln 
Haddoe 


Aberdeen 
Banff 



BANFF DISTRICT— Continued. 



29 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 



a Lieutenant 

a Volunteer with the Rebels 



a Servant 

a Rebel CoUonel & very active in distressing the 

Country by levying money, using very violent 

measures 
A Volunteer in the Pretender s Son's Life Guards 
Was very active in the Rebel service 
Assisted the Rebels 
a Private man 

a Lieutenant in the D. of Perth's Regiment 
a Captain, assisted in collecting the Revenue for 

the Rebels and was at the affair of Keith 
a Captain, assisted in Robing Lord Sinclair near 

Portsoy, of his Horses &c. 
a Captain & very active in Recruiting men for the 

Rebels 
a Lieutenant & was very active, wounded at 

Inverury Skirmish 
Went to Perth with Recruits and afterwards fol- 
lowed the Rebels 
Private man, was at the plundering the Earl of 

Findlater's house, returned to the Country 8c 
a captain & very active in his station, has been in 

the Country since Culloden Battle but 
Assisted the Rebels, had been a Serjeant in General 

Cope's Army & deserted 
Private man 
a Volunteer 
a Volunteer 

Hired out by the Inhabitants 
a Volunteer 
Paymaster in Gordon of Glenbucket's Regiment 



a Volunteer 

a Private man & hired out 
a Private man & hired out 



} 



Where they now are. 



made prisoner at 

Carlisle. 
Not known. 



Lurking 
Lurking. 

Not known, 
a Prisoner. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 

Not known. 

Lurking. 



Not known. 



Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Liurking. 

Prisonerat Carlisle. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Livking. 

Not known. 

made Prisoner at 

Carlisle, 
made Prisoner at 

Carlisle. 

Not known. 



so 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


James Grant 


Fidler 


Haddoe 


Banff 


John Gordon 


Farmer 


Borter 


do. 


John Gordon 


of Glenbucket 


Glenbucket 




James Gordon 


of Beldomie 


Beldomie 


Banff 


John Gordon 


Farmer 


Collonoch 


Aberdeen 


John Gordon 


of Abochie 


Abochie 


do. 


James Gordon 


of Conbardie 


Conbardie 


do. 


James Gordon 


of Terpersie Sen' 


Terpersie 


Banff 


Alex''' Gordon 


of Darlathis 


Darlathis 


Aberdeen 


Alex' Gordon, Jun*" 


of Darlathis 


do. 


do. 


Arthur Gordon 


of Camousie 


Camousie 


Banff 


George Gill 


Shoemaker 


Bridgend now 
at Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


John Gillespie 


Sclater 


Turriff 


do. 


Alex'^ Gill 


Servant 


Cushny 


Banff 


John Garvich 


do. 


Buckholy 


Aberdeen 


Alex' Gatt 


Servant 


Camusie 


Banff 


H. 
George Hay 


Sailor 


Portsoy 


Banff 


Robert Hendry 


Serv* to Sir W»» 
Dunbar 


Dum 


do. 


Andrew Hay 


Younger of Raness 


Raness 


do. 


Alexander Hay 


Blacksmith 


Fochabers 


Murray 


Alexander Hay 


Gentleman 


Aswan tly 


Banff 


John Hamilton 


do. 


Sanston 


Aberdeen 


Charles Hacket 


Farmer 


Drachlamiln 


do. 


Charles Hacket 

1 


his Son 


do. 


do. 


George Hay 


Younger of Montblery 


Montblery 


Banff 


John Hay 


Wright 


Dalgaty 


Aberdeen 


Peter Hepburn 


Farmer 


Ardin 


do. 



BANFF DISTRICT— Coraimied. 



31 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 



Private man 

Acted as a spy and was taken 

a Lieut. Collonel 

a Volunteer 

a Volunteer 

a Rebel Collonel 

Acted in the character of an Officer 

a Rebel officer 

a Volunteer 

an Officer in the Rebel Army 

An officer in the Rebel Army 

Attacked one of the M'Leods on his Escape from 
the Skirmish of Inverury and attempted to rob 
him of his Arms till prevented by M' James 
Donaldson Merch* in Turriff & others well 
affected 

Acted as a Spy and a Reconitering Officer for the 
Rebels 

A Private Man 

A Private Man but very oppressive 

Was aiding & assisting in Robing James Paterson^ 
Carrier in Banff of a Letter from Sir James 
Grrant to the Laird of M'Leod which being car- 
ried to Lord Lewis Gordon^ occasioned the 
action of Inverury and the Retreat of the 
M'Leods 

a Lieutenant 
assisted the Rebels 



Major of Horse to Lord Pitsligo's Regiment 

a rVivate Man 

a Volunteer 

Govemour of Carlisle for the Rebels and there made 

a Violent Jacobite & aided & assisted the Rebels 

a Recruiting Officer and Collected the Cess for the 

Rebels 
a Volunteer 
a Recruiting Officer^ 8c the principal Person who 

proclaimed the Pretender at Turriff & drank 

rebellious healths 
had a Commission from Gordon of Glenbucket to 

Recruit for the Rebels 



Where they now are. 



Not known. 
Prisoner. 



Not known. 



Not known. 
Not known. 



Not known. 

Lurking. 
Not known. 
Not known. 



a Prisoner. 
Not known. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 
Prisoner. 



Not known. 



S2 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Adam Hay 
James Hacket 



I. 

James Joyner 
John Innes 

James Joyner 
Coll. James Innes 



James Innes 
William Innes 
Patrick Innes 
John Ingram 
John Johnston 

Adam Irvine 

K. 

Alexander Kerr 
James King 



William Laing 
Alex' Lesslie 

John Lawrance 
John Leith 
Alex'^ Lowper 
Alex' Leith 

Will" Lorimer 
Alexander Leith 
W"* Lesslie 



Designations. 



of Asslid 



a Farmer's Son 



Servant 

Younger of Edingight 

House holder 
Overseer of the high- 
ways 

Wig Maker 

do. 
Weaver 
Miller 
Servant 

late of Bruchly 



Weaver 
Servant 



Servant 
ffarmer 

Mason 
Inn Keeper 
Mason 
Farmer 

do. 
Mason 
a Farmer's Son 



Abode. 



Asslid 



Drachlamiln 



Towks 
Edingight 

Portsoy 
Cullen 



Fochabers 

do. 
Edindiack 
Perry's Miln 
Bumend Car- 

nusie 
Down 



Keith 
Darrow 



Fochaber 
Auchin- 
hanick 
Keith 
Strathbogie 

do. 
CoUithy 

Imhill 
Turriff 
Hillhead of 
Turriff 



County. 



Aberdeen 
do. 



Banff 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Murray 

do. 
Banff 
Aberdeen 
do. 

Banff 



Banff 
Aberdeen 



Murray 
Banff 

do. 
Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



BANFF DISTRICT— Con<tn««i. 



88 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 



a Volunteer, was at the Battle of Culloden, & there 

made 
a private man 



Private Man 

a Rebel Volunteer, who when he returned home 

his Father would not harbour 
a Private Man 
Aid du Camp to L** Ogilvie, threatened the Officer 

of Excise when doing his duty ; he was in the 

Rebellion Anno 1715 
a Private Man, but laid down his Arms and now 
a Private Man, was at Culloden Battle and since 
a Volunteer, & most active in the Rebel service 
a Private Man 
Private Man returned to the Countrey & 

Gentleman Volunteer 



Private man hired out 
Private man 



Private Man 
£nsign 

Private man hired out 

a Volunteer 

Private man hired out 

Went into England with the Rebels 

a Private man 
a private man 
a private man and returned to the country but 



Where they now are. 



Prisoner. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not knoMm. 
Prisoner at Aber- 
deen. 

at Liberty, 
a Prisoner. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Not known. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Prisoner at Car- 
lisle. 
Not known. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 



84 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


M, 








Alex' M'Ra 


an Idler 


Banff 


Banff 


Thomas Man* 


Mason 


do. 


do. 


W«a M'Donald 


Piper 


Portsoy 


Banff 


Alex' Mackie 


Servant 


Byers 


do. 


Donald M'Kay 


do. 


Fochabers 


Murray 


John Milne 


do. 


Boadfoord 


Banff 


Peter Montgomery 


Sadler 


Fochaber 


Murray 


Peter M'Lauchlan 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 


Alex' Mackie 


Servant 


Keith 


Banff 


James Mitchell 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 


Will"* Malcom 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Mair 


Servant 


Strathbogie 


Aberdeen 


David Mattheson 


Taylor 


do. 


do. 


Donald M'Kenzie 


Mason 


do. 


do. 


Will"* M'Glashan 


Horse hirer 


do. 


do. 


Alexander Man 


Servant 


Slioch 


do. 


Alex' Mitchell 


Farmer 


Camwhelp 


Banff 


Alex' M'Donald 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


Alex' Morrison 


a Farmer s Son 


Knockiebum 


do. 


George Milne^ Jim' 


Son to Geo. Miln, Inn- 
keeper 


Tmriff 


Aberdeen 


James Maver 


Son to Will°* Maver 


do. 


do. 


William Milne 


Son to Ja" Milne, 
Mason 


do. 


do. 


Will«" Morrison 


Servant 


Darlathis 


do. 


Alex' Morrison 


Fanner 


Muckle Colp 


do. 


John Morrison 


Servant 


Aucherless 


do. 


N. 
William Nicolson 


Servant 


Strathbogie 


Aberdeen 



BANFF DISTRICT— ConHnMd. 



S5 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 


Where they now are. 


a Lieutenant 


Not known. 


a Private man 


Not known. 


Piper 

Private Man 

Private Man went with the Rebels into England 


Lurking. 
KillU 


Private Man 
Private Man 
Pnvate Man 


Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Prisoner at Car- 




lisle. 



Private Man hired out 

a Private Man and hired out 

a Private Man and hired out 

a Volunteer 

Hired out by the Inhabitants and served in the 

Rebellion 
Served in the Rebellion being hired out by the 

Inhabitants 
Carried Arms and was hired out « 

a Private Man and hired out 
Private Man 

a Private Man and was hired 
a Private Man 
Attacked one of the M'Leods & attempted to Rob 

him of his Arms &^ as mentioned of George Gill 
Carried on a Correspondence with the Rebels and 

Run Express to Lord Lewis Gordon at Aberdeen 

with Sir James Grant's Letter to the Laird of 

M'Leod which had been Intercepted by the 

Rebels 
a Private Man 

a Private Man 
a Private Man 
a Private Man 



A Private man & hyred out 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Liurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Not known. 
Not known. 
Not known. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 



Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 



S6 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



P. 1 

George Paterson 
Hercules Paterson 



Alex' Panton 



O. 
Walter Ogilvy 

James Ord 
Patrick Ogilvy 

Alex' Ogilvy 

R. 

James Robertson 
Charles Ross 
Peter Robertson 

John Robison 

Thos. Ross 

John Roy 
Alex' Ross 
Patrick Robertson 

S. 
James Smith 

James Stivenson 
John Sinclair 

Alex' Sutherland 



Designations. 



Householder 
Surgeon & a discharged 
Officer of Excise 

Innkeeper 



Abode. 



Writer 

Wig Maker 
Servant 

Shoemaker 



Servant 

formerly a Soldier 

Piper 

Innkeeper 



Wright 

Servant 

Servant 

do. 



Writer in Edinb' 

Servant 
Fidler 

Wright 



New Dum 
Keith 



Turriff 



Banff 

Cullen 
Ardoch 

Corridown 



Wintertoun 
Fochabers 
do. 



County. 



Banff 
do. 



Aberdeen 



Banff 

do. 
do. 

do. 



Banff 
Murray 
do. 



Strathbogie Aberdeen 



Miln of Col- 

tithy 
Turriff 
Down 
Findom 



Newmills of 

Boyn 
Edingight 
Newmills of 

Boyn 
Fochabers 



do. 

do. 
Banff 
do. 



Banff 

do. 
do. 

Murray 



^ O comes after the letter P in the original. 



BANFF Dimmer— Continued. 



87 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 



Where they now are. 



a Private Man 

Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army, was con- 
cerned in Levying Contributions at Keith & 
gave Orders to the Hcretors to pay their Cess 

Assisted in robing James Paterson, Carrier in Banff 
of Sir Ja* Grant's Letter to the Laird of M'Leod, 
as mentioned of Alex' Gatt 



Not known. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 



An Officer in the Rebel Army 

One of the Rebel Hussars 

a Private Man & Lurking in the house of Patrick 

Duff on 
a Private Man 



a Private Man 

a Rebel Serjeant & very active in Recruiting Men 

Carried Arms and assisted in Collecting Money for 

the Rebels 
Carried Arms, being hyred out by the Inhabitants 

who were forced thereto by John Gordon of 

Abochie 
Private Man 

Carried Arms as a private man 
Carried Arms as a private man 
Carried Arms as a private man 



Prisoner at Car 

lisle. 
Lurking. 

Spey side. 
Lurking. 






a Volunteer & carried Arms 

was active in Robing the Country of Horses, &c. 
Carried Arms as a private man 

Carried Arms as a Serjeant 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 

Lurkiifg. 



Not known. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 

Not known. 
Prisoner in Banff. 

Lurking. 



88 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


George Sutherland 


Servant 


Fochabers 


Murray 


Peter Stuart 


Gentleman 


Oxhill 


Banff 


Peter Stuart 


Gentleman 


Tannachie 


do. 


Adam Simpson 


Cottar 


Glengerick 


do. 


Angus Stuart 


Farmer 


Park begg 


do. 


John Simpson 


do. 


Auchinhove 


do. 


Patrick Stuart 


Farmer 


Tininder 


do. 


William Smith 


Carrier 


Keith 


do. 


William Shand 


a Servant 


Causartly 


do. 


Wai" Stodhart 

• 


Innkeeper 


Keith 


da 


James Stewart 


Farmer 


Strathbogie 


Aberdeen 


Alex' Stuart 


Horse hyrer 


do. 


do. 


Alex' Smith 


Servant 


Drinndolo 


do. 


George Smith 


Farmer 


Welcomin 


do. 


James Steuart 


Wigmaker 


Turriff 


do. 


John Skien 


Taylor 


do. 


do. 


W» Scot 


Servant 


Camousie 


Banff 


George Smith 


Farmer 


Upper Bridge 
End 


Aberdeen 


T. 








James Taylor 


Shoemaker 


Newmills of 


Banff 


« 




Boyn 




Will» Taylor 

• 


Farmer's Son 


Dalochie 


do 


John Thain 


Masson 


Strathbogie 


Aberdeen 


David Tulloch 


Farmer 


Dunbeenan 


do. 


W. 
Alex' Wilson 


Serv* to Sir W» Gordon 


Park 


Banff 


David Wilson 


Servant to do. 


Gardenhead 
Park 


do. 


Rob* Wilson 


Wright 


Fochabers 


Murray 


Alex' Wright 


Subtenant 


Glengerick 


Banff 


James Watson 


Merchant 


Keith 


do. 



BANFF HISTBICF— Continued. 



89 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 




Carried Arms 

Ensign in the Rebel Army 8c was veiy active in 
recruiting men 

Ensign in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms but said to be hyred out 

Ensign in Roy Stuart's Regiment 

Lieutenant, was at the Skirmish at Keith 

Carried Arms as a Captain 

Carried Arms, was hyred out 

Carried Arms, was at Culloden Battle & there taken 

was a Spy on his Royal Highnesses Army 8c eon- 
ducted the Rebels to attack the Campbells at 
Keith 

Carried Arms, being hired out 

Carried Arms, being hired out 

Carried Arms, being hired out 

a Private man 8c carried Arms 

Carried Arms 

Carried Arms 

Carried Arms 

Recruited Men for the Rebels 8c otherwayes 
assisted them 



Carried Arms as a private man 

an Ensign and very active in the Rebel Service, was 
also at plundering the Earl of Findlater's house 

Carried Arms as a private man but said to be hired 
out by the Inhabitants 

Captain, who also collected the Cess and Levyied 
money for the Rebels 



Carried Arms as a private man 

Carried Arms but was forced out by his master 

Carried Arms as a private man 8c deserted from the 

Rebels in England 
Carried Arms as a private man, said to be hired out 
Quarter Master in Roy Stuart's Regiment, was at 

the Battle of Culloden 8c there 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Prisoner. 
Lurking. 



Not known. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 
Not known. 
Lurking, 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Not knoMm. 



Lurking. 
Not known. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 



Not knoMm. 
At home. 

Not known. 

Lurking. 

KiU'd. 



40 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



1 
Names. DesignatioDs. 


Abode. 


County. 


John Wright 
John Walker 
Will"* Walker 

John Watt 
W'^Watt 
Wai""* Wilson 


Taylor 

Servant 

Weaver 

Servant 
Servant 
Servant to W"° Maver 


Strathbogie 

Drumbulg 

HackhaU 

Gamry 

Auchmedin 

Turriff 


Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 

Banff 
Aberdeen 
do. 



BANFF DlSTRlCr— Continued. 



41 



Station amongst the Rebels and Acts and Circumstances 

of Rebellion. 



Carried Anns^ said to be hired by the Inhabitants 

A Private Man in the Rebel Service 

Carried Arms as a private man & was hyred 

thereto 
Carried Arms 
Carried Arms 
Assisted in robing James Paterson, Carrier^ of Sir 

James Grant's Letter as mentioned of Alex' Gatt 



Where they now are. 



Lurking. 
Not known. 
Not known. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Not known. 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED 
THE BORD BY MR. LEWIS HAY, 



Names. 


Designatioiis. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


B. 
John Buchanan 

John Balfour 


Carrier 
Messenger at Arms 


Auchterarder 
Perth 


Auchter- 
arder 
Perth 


James Bayne 

Burt 
Robert Bresdie 


Barber 

Shoemaker 

Indweller 


do. 
do. 
Muthel 


do. 
do. 
Muthel 


John Bowie 
John Bannerman 


Mason 
Workman 


Dunkeld 
do. 


Dunkeld 
do. 


C. 
David Carmichael 

Lfodovick Caw 


of Balmedie, ColK of 

the Cess 
Surgeon 


Balmedie 
Creiff 


Dron 
Creiff 


Mungo Campbell 
Campbell 


late Soldier in L^ John 

Murray's R* 
Son of the Iddrd of 

Glenlyon 
of Kinloch 

Brother of the Laird 

of Dunneves 
Sadler 


do. 
Glenlyon 


do. 
Fortingall 


John Campbell 
Duncan Campbell 
Matthew Chape 


Milton of 
Strathbran 
Dunneves 

Perth 


Little Dun- 
keld 
Fortingall 

do. 


John Canuichael 


a Coll*" of the Stent in 
Perth 


Woodend 


Kinoull 



IN THE REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO 
SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE AT PERTH. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Perth 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 


Prisoner at 




Anny 


Stirling. 


do. 


Acted as a Captain in the Rebel Army & 


Lurking. 




was seen in Arms 


■ 


do. 


Acted as a Quarter Master for the Rebels 


Lurking. 


da 


Seen in Arms with the Rebels 


Lurking. 


do. 


Press'd out by Lord Drummond^ but re- 
turned 6c 


at Home. 


da 


Guarded the Boat of Invar for the Rebels 


at home. 


do. 


Joined & assisted the Rebels 


Not known. 


Perth 


Collected the Land Tax for the Rebels 8c 
voluntarly accepted of that office 


Lurking. 


do. 


Acted as Surgeon to Perth's Regim* & 
went with the Rebels 


Not known. 


do. 


Acted as Ensign in the Rebel Army 


Lurking. 


do. 


was a Captain in the Rebel Army 


Lurking. 


do. 


Acted as Captain in the Rebel Army 


Prisoner at 
Inverness. 


do. 


Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms with the Rebels 


Prisoner in 
Perth. 


do. 


Joyned the Rebels and went North with 
them 

1 


Not knoMm. 



44 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Duncan Comrie 

Alex' Cuming, Sen' 

Alex' Cuming, Jun' 
John Clark 


Indweller 

Papist 

do. 
Mason 


Woodend of 

Mevie 
Miln of 
Drummond 
do. 
Dunkeld 


Comrie 

Muthel 

do. 
Dunkeld 


D. 
Gavin Drummond 

James Drummond 


Brewer 
Tenant 


Auchterairder 
Garthlees 


Auchter- 
airder 


George Drummond 
John Drummond 


Baxter 
Messenger at Arms 


Perth 
do. 


Perth 
do. 


William Dow 

John Drummond 
James Drummond 




Auchinshel- 

loch 
Millinow 
Comrie 


Comrie 

do. 
do. 


Peter Drummond 
Peter Drummond 
William Drummond 
James Drummond 


of Callender 

called Duke of Perth 


Bellnae 
Millinmow 
Callender 
Drummond 


do. 

do. 
Monzie 
Muthel 


George Drummond 

Ja" Drysdale 
John Drummond 
Ja' Drummond 
John Drummond 


of Drummawhance 

Valle de Chambre to 
D. of Perth 


Drumma- 
whance 
Muthel 
Drummond 
Cochquhillie 
Drummond 


do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


G. 








Robert Graham 


of Garrack 


Garrack 


Fortavit 


Will°» Gray 


Surgeon Apprentice 


Perth 


Perth . 


Peter Graham 




Gorthie 


Fowls 



PERTH DISTRICT— Continued. 



45 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they . 
now are. 


Perth 


Carried Arms for the Rebels but pressed 
thereto 


Not known. 


do. 


Went along a Volunteer with the Rebels 


Not known. 


do. 


Went along with the Rebels as a Volunteer 


Not known. 


do. 


took the Excise Officer Prisoner for the 


surrendered 




Rebels & beat him 


himself. 


Perth 


was active in forcing people into the Rebel- 
lion by the Duke of Perth's order 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Rebel Volunteer 


Prisoner in 
Edin'. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Rebel Volunteer 


do. 


do. 


Acted as Overseer under the French 


Prisoner in 




Engineer, said to be pressed 


Perth. 


do. 


Acted as a Lieutenant for the Rebels 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms a» a Captain of the Rebells 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms for the Rebels, said to be 

pressed 
Volunteer in the Rebel Army 


At home. 


do. 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms as an Ensign in the Rebel Army 


Not known. 


Perth 


Acted as a Captain for the Rebels 


do. 


do. 


a Rebel General & very active in their 
service 


Not known. 


do. 


was Prest into the Rebel Service 


Not known. 


do. 


Press'd into the Rebel Service 


At home. 


do. 


a Volunteer in the Rebel Service 


At home. 


do. 


a Volunteer in do. Service 


Not known. 


do. 


a Volunteer in said Service 


Not known. 


Perth 


Levied the Excise at Duns for the Rebels 
& went along with them 


Not known. 


do. 


Went off with the Rebels as a Volunteer 


Prisoner at 
Edin^ 


do. 


Went along with the Rebels as Commissary 
for their Army 


Not known. 



46 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


H. 








Duncan Henderson 


Merchant 


Perth 


Perth 


Will"" Henderson 


Baxter 


do. 


do. 


WiU'"^ Harrel 




StrothellMOn 


Muthel 


Tho-HiU 


Brewer 


Dunkeld 


Dunkeld 


I. 
David Jack 


Wright 


Dunkeld 


Dunkeld 


L. 
James Lockhart 


Wright 


Crieff 


Crieff 


John Low 


Farmer 


Ballanloig 


Logyrate 


James Lindsay 


Shoemaker 


Perth 


Perth 


James Lindsay 


Shoemaker Apprentice 


do. 


do. 


Martin Lindsay 


Writer in Edinburgh 


do. 


do. 


M^ Robert Lyon 


Minister 


do. 


do. 


M. 








Will'"^ Murray 


Post Master 


• 

Crieff 


Crieff 


Allan M'Donald 


Brewer 


do. 


do. 


M'lntyre 
Menzies 


Merchant 
of Sheen 


Bum of Kelt- 

ney 
Sheen 


Fortingall 
or Dull 


Alex' M'Lean 


Shoemaker Appren- 


Perth 


Perth 


John Martin 
Tho» Moncrife 


tice 
no Employment 
late Excise Officer 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


L^ George Murray 


Brother to Duke of 
Athole 


TuUibardine 


Blackfoord 



PERTH DISTRICT— Co/rfinwrf. 



47 



County, 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Perth 
do. 

do. 

do. 



Perth 



Perth 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



rth 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



Carried Arms as a Lieutenant of the Rebels 
Was a Lieutenant of the Rebels and seen 

in Arms 
Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 

Army 
Joyned the Rebels 



Where they 
now are. 



Went along as a Volunteer with the Rebels 



A Volunteer with the Rebels in some superior 

station 
Acted in the character of an Officer amongst 

the Rebels 
A Rebel Volunteer & seen in Arms 

Seen with the Rebels & in Arms but said 

to be forced out 
Acted as Secretary to L^ Strathallan & 

Oliphant of Gask 
Went along with the Rebels as Chaplain 

to their Array 



Carried Arms with the Rebels in some 

superior station 
Entered a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 
Was in the Rebel Army in the station of 

an Officer 
Acted in the character of an Officer 

amongst the Rebels 
Seen in Arms with the Rebels but said to 

be press'd 
Went off a Volunteer with the Rebells 
Acted as Deput Collector of Excise for the 

Rebels 
A Rebel General &c. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 

Dead. 



Not knovm. 



Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Prisoner at 
Inverness. 
Lurking. 

In Edin' 
Prisoner. 
Montrose, 
Prisoner. 



Not known. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 



48 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Murray 
John M'Leish 
John M'Robie, 


Younger of Dollaire 


Dollaire 

Muthel 

Drummond 


Creiff 
Muthel 
do. 


younger 
Lewis M'Robie 
Donald M'Ewan 
John M'Ewan 
James Man 


Mason 

Residenter in 
Baker 


do. 
Dunkeld 
. do. 
do. 


do. 
Dunkeld 
do. 
do. 


John Man 


Shoemaker 


do. 


do. 


John M'farlane 


Taylor 


do. 


do. 


N. 
John Napier 


Mason 


Dunkeld 


Dunkeld 


Thomas Nicol 


Workman 


do. 


do. 


O. 

lAiirance Oliphant 
Laurance Oliphant 


of Gask 
younger of Gask 


Gask 
do. 


Gask 
do. 


P. 
John Powne 


Shoemaker 


Perth 


Perth 


R. 
George Robertson 


of Faskily 


Faskily 


Mullion 


Chas. Robertson 
Ja* Robertson 


Merchant Apprentice 
of Gillichangie 


Rastertyre 
Killichangie 


Little Dun- 
keld 
Logy rate 


Ja» Robertson, Jun' 
Robertson 


of Killichangie 
of Blairfetty 


do. 
Blairfetty 


do. 
Blair 


Donald Robertson 
Robertson 

Duncan Robertson 
Robertson 


of Woodsheel 
Brother to Woodshell 
of Dnimaheen 
of Strowan 


Woodsheel 

do. 
Dnimaheen 
Cane 


Fortingall 

do. 
Foss 
do. 



PERTH DISTRICT— Continued. 



49 



County. 



Perth 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 



Perth 
do. 



Perth 
do. 



Perth 



Perth 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



went off a Volunteer with the Rebels 
Carried Arms with the Rebels, press'd out & 
Went along a Volunteer with the Rebels 

Went out a Rebel Volunteer 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in Rebel Army 
Carried Arms 

Carried Arms in Rebel Army but deserted 
before the Battle of Prestoun 

Joyned the Rebels on their Retreat North- 
ward 



Employed by the Rebels as a Guard of 

Invar Boat 
Joyned the Rebels, took the Officer of 

Excise Prisoner & beat him 



a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 
a Volunteer in do. 



Where they 
now are. 



Went along with the Rebels to England 



Lieut.-Coll. in the Rebel Army, seduced by 

the Marquis of Tillibardine 
Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army 

an Officer in said Army but left them 
before the Battle of Falkirk 

was an Officer amongst the Rebells 

was a Rebel Collonel & very active in press- 
ing men into that service 

Acted as an Off' in the Rebel Army 

was an officer in said Army 

was a Collonel in said Army 

was a General in said Army 



D 



Not known, 
returned home. 
Not known. 

at home. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
England, 

Prisoner, 
at Home. 

Absconding. 



At home. 
Absconding. 



Not known. 
Not known. 



England, 
^soner. 



Not known. 

Lurking. 

at home. 

Liu-king. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 



60 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Tho» Robertson 


Farmer 


Windyedge 


Aberdagie 


James Rattray 
James Riddoch 
Duncan Roy 
Iau*" Robertson 


Surgeon Apprentice 
Mason 


Perth 
Drummond 

do. 
Dunkeld 


Perth 
Muthel 

do. 
Dunkeld 


S. 
Malcon Stuart 

Cha» Stuart, Jun' 
Robert Stuart 


Brother of the I^rd 

of Sheerless 
of Ballachan 
of Killihassy 


Sheerless 

Ballachan 
Killihassy 


Mullion 

Logyrate 
Weem 


Stuart 


of Kennoching 


Kennoching 


Foss 


Stuart 


of Bohallie 


Bohallie 


Weem 


Stuart 


of Garth 


Garth 


Dull 


Stuart 
Stuart 


the TAird of Garth's 

Brother 
Weaver 


do. 
Balmaniel 


do. 
Logyrate 


Stuart, Jun^ 
John Stuart 


of Findynet 
Merch* Apprentice 


Findynet 
Perth 


do. 
Perth 


Alex^ Stuart 
Finlay Stuart 


Shirref Officer 
do. 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


John Showster 


Indweller 


Scoon 


Scoon 


James Stuart 


Living in 


Cannband 


Comrie 


^neas Sinclair 
Peter Stalker 
John Stalker 


Servant to Jo" Stalker 


Comrie 
Glenlednek 
Condie Cleuch 


do. 

do. 

Monzie 


The Lord 
Will« Smith 
William Stuart 


Strathallan 
Living at 


Machony 

Drummond 

Drummond 


Muthel 
do. 
do. 



PERTH BISTRICr—CorUinued. 



51 



County. 



Perth 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Perth 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



in 



was a Captain of the Rebels and seen 

Arms 
was a Rebel Volunteer 
went a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 
went a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 
went in Arms with the Rebels on their 

Retreat North 



} 



Was an Officer in the Rebel Army 

Acted as Lieu* Collonel in the Rebel Army 

an Officer in said Army & commanded his 
own Tenents 

was Major in the Rebel Army & com-' 
manded his own Tenents 

Was an Officer in said Army^ had the 
command of his own Tenents 

Acted as an Officer in said Army com- 
manding his own Tenents 

was an Officer in the Rebel Army 

was also an Officer in the Rebel Army^ is 

sometimes at home but 
Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army 
Went off a Volunteer with the Rebels 
Employed as Spies & Intelligencers by 
Lord Strathallan, were active in oppress- 
ing the Country & charging the people 
to pay the Revenue, &c., to the Rebels 
was concerned in a Mob & in Arms at 
Perth on the Annivr^ of His Majesty 
Birth Day 
Carried Arms with the Rebels but forced 

out 
Pressed by the Rebels into their service 
Press* d by the Rebels into their service 
Carried Arms as a private man in the Rebel 
Service but pressed out 

a Volunteer in the Rebel Service 

Carried Arms in said Service as a Volunteer 



Where they 
now are. 



Lurking. 

Lurking. 
At home. 
Not known. 



Lurking in the 

Hills. 
Lurking in do. 
Liu*king in do. 



Lurking in the 
HiUs. 



Lurking. 

do. 
Lurking, 
at Edin' pri- 
soners. 



Went North w* 
the Rebels. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

not knoMm. 
at home. 
Not known. 



62 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Stuart 




Drummond 


Muthel 


John Scott 


Mason 


Dunkeld 


Dunkeld 


James Scott 
James Stuart 
Iau^ Stuart 
Robert Stuart 


Workman 
Tobacconist 
Cook & Taylor 
Servant 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


T. 








James Thomson 


Tenant 


Potthill 




Robert Thomson 


do. 


do. 




W. 








David Wilson 


Indweller in 


Scoon 


Scoon 


Y. 








James Yuill 


Living in 


Bridge End 


Kinnowl 



PERTH DISTRICT— Continued. 



BS 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Perth 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Service 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service 


surrendered 
himself. 


do. 


Carried Arms in do. Service 


not known. 


do. 


Joyned the Rebells & carried Arms 


Absconding. 


do. 


Carried Arms in Service of the Rebels 


at Home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebels Service 


Perth Prison. 


Perth 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 






Service 


Prisoners in 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said | 
Service 


StirUng, 


Perth 


was Armed & in a Mob at Perth on the 


went North 




Anniversary of his Majesty's Birth Day & 


with the 
Rebels. 


Terth 


Appeared in Arms in a Mob at Perth on the 


at home. 




Anniversary of His Majesty Birth Day 





A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE 
BY MR. THOMAS HOOME, SUPERVISOR 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 








Roberte Anderson 


Brewer 


Camock 


St. Ninians 


B. 








Alex' Buchanan 
Rob^ Buchanan 
Pat^ Buchanan 


Son of the Laird of 

Auchleishie 
Son of Baillie Buchanan 

in Boghastle 
Brewer 


Auchleishie 

Boghastle 

Kilmahog 


Callander 
Callander 
do. 


John Buchanan 


do. 


do. 


do. 


WiU» Baad 


Brewer & Maltster 


Letham 


Airth 


C. 








James Calbreath 


Son to W°» Calbreath, 
Miller 


Pows Mill 


St. Ninians 


D. 








Allan Dow 


Labourer 


Glenfinglas 


Callender 


Drummond 


Factor to Drummond 
of Perth 







REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
OF EXCISE AT STIRLING. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Stirling 


Wore a white Cockade & carried Arms in 
the Service of the Rebel Is & assisted in 
robing the Country 


at Home. 


Perth 


Carried Arms as a Captain in the Rebel 


London, pri- 




Service 


soner. 


do. 


was a Captain in the Rebel Service, at the 






Battle of Culloden & there 


KiU'd. 


do. 


Joyned the Rebels & went along with 
them to Crieff 


at Home. 


do. 


Joyned the Rebels & went with them to 
Crieff 


at Home. 


Stirling 


Assisted the Rebels as a Guide, carried 
their Arms & secured Boats for them to 
pass the Forth 


at Home. 


Stirling 


Carried Arms with the Rebels at Falkirk 


Lurking. 


Perth 


Carried Anns with the Rebels, was at the 






Battle of Culloden & there 


Kill'd. 




was very active in seducing Gentlemen 


at home. 




from their Duty and Loyalty to his 






Majesty 





56 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



H. 

John Haddin 

Alex^ Haddin 
John Henderson 
David Henderson 



M' Will°» Harper 



K. 
James Kincaid 



L. 
Peter Lockhart 

John Lochead 

James Graham 
James Gardner 



M. 

James M*£wan 

John M*farlane 



Designations. 



of Lendrick 

Son of the above John 

Haddin 
Merchant & Brewer 

Glasier 



Episcopal Minister 



of Degreen 



Abode. 



Lendrick 

do. 
Clackmannan 

do. 

Bothkiner 



Parish. 



Kilmadock 

do. 

Clackman- 
nan 
do. 



Bothkiner 



Degreen 



Smith 



Merchant 



Younger of Airth 

Servant to said Jas. 
Graham 



Son to John M'Ewen 

Shoemaker 
Servant 



Bannockbum 



Alloa 



Airth 
do. 



Stirling 
Glenfinglas 



Falkirk 



St. Ninians 



AUoa 



Airth 
do. 



Stirling 
Callander 



^ Alphabetical arrangement as in MS. 



STIRLING DISTRICT— Con^inwd. 



57 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Perth 


Carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's ^ 




do. 


Life Guards ( 
had a Commission in the Rebel Army and t 


Not known. 


• 


went along with them / 




Clackman- 


Aided & assisted the Rebels as a Guide 


at home. 


nan 


& wore a white Cockade 




do. 


Drank the Pretender's Son's health as 
Prince of Wales, & beat the Excise 
Officer for reproving him 


at home. 


Stirling 


Was very active in aiding & assisting the 
Rebels & waited of the Pretender's Son 
at Falkirk 


At home. 


Stirling 


was very active in assisting the Rebels 
Day h Night, Robed the Country of 
Horses, drank the Pretender's son as 
Prince of Wales, wishing Damnation to 
his Majesty 


at home. 


Stirling 


Drank the same disloyal health, speaking 
most midecently & maliciously of His 
Majesty 


at home. 


Clackma- 


Purchased from the Rebels a very Con- 


at home. 


nan 


siderable Quantity of Goods that had 
been seized for his Majesty's behoof & 
got them at an under value 




Stirling 


Joyned the Rebels when they first pass'd 
the Forth & carried Arms with them 


Lurking. 


do. 


Killed one of His Majesty's Dragoons at 


Prisoner at 




Stirling 


Edin'. 


Stirling 


Accepted of a Commission in the Rebel 
Army 


Not known. 


Perth 


Carried Arms with the Rebels in England, 
and was at Culloden Battle 


Lurking. 



58 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations, 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Patf^ M'Grigor 


Tradesman 


Miltoun 


Callander 


Alex' M'Grigor 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Dougal M'Grigor 


do. 


do. 


do. 


John M^Inhonnel 
Will"^ Murdoch 


Brewer 

Wool Merchant 


Bridge of 

Kelty 
Callander 


do. 
do. 


Donald M'Nab 


Fanner 


Brae Leing 


do. 


Alex' Roy M^Grigor 


Labouring Man 


Callander 


do. 


John Roy M' Lauch- 

lan 
Arch** M'T^aren 


Brewer 
Farmer 


do. 
Cumoch 


do. 
do. 


John M'humish 
John Murray 
Alex' MUl 


Pedler 

Son to Ja* Murray, 

Merch' 
of Newmilln 


Bridge of 

Turk 
Airth 

Newmill 


do. 
Airth 
do. 


David Mill 


Son to s^ Alex' Mill 


do. 


do. 


Thomas Mill 


do. 


do. 


do. 


0. 








P. 








Sir Arch^ Primrose 


of Dunipace 


Dunipace 




R, 








John Ritchie 


of Sinks 


Sinks 


St. Ninian's 


David RoUo 
James Rollo 


Son to the I<aird of 
Powis 

do. 


Powis 
do. 


do. 
do. 



STIRUNG DISTRICT- CorUinued. 



69 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Perth 


Gamed Arms into England with the' 
Rebels, said to be forced 




do. 


Carried in England with the Rebels, said 


Returned 




to be forced 


home. 


do. 


Carried Arms with the Rebells in England, 
said to be forced , 




do. 


Acted as a Serjeant in the Rebel Army 


returned home. 


do. 


Acted as Ensign in the Rebel Army, was 
thrice forced out & as often deserted 


at home. 


do. 


Canned Arms & first went South & 
there after North with the Rebels 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service & was 


at home. 




at CuUoden Battle, said to be forc'd 


i 


do. 


Went to Edin' in Rebel Service, took the 
Benefite of the Indemnity in Nov' 1746 


at home. 


do. 


Assisted the Rebels with money being 
forced thereto or to send a man 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service & was 
at Falkirk & Culloden Battles 


Lurking. 


Stirling 


in the Rebel Service from their first cross- 






ing the ffbrth. Lurking in Dollar parish 


about Hillfot. 


do. 


Seized Boats for the Rebels passage. Trans- 
ported their Arms with horses & abused 
his Maj" Soldiers when Prisoners 


at home. 


do. 


Very active in aiding & assisting the 
Rebells & Transporting their Arms 


at home. 


do. 


was very active in assisting the Rebels, 
Transporting their Arms 


at home. 


Stirling 


had a Commission amongst the Rebel 
Hussars. 




Stirling 


hath carried Arms in the Rebel Army from 


Not known. 


« ^ 


Nov' 1745 till defeat at Culloden 




do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army till the 


Lurking. 


do. 


Defeat of Culloden 





60 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 

• 


Parish. 


James Robertson 


Weaver 


Bannockbum 


St. Ninian's 


S. 

John Stuart 
David Stuart 


of Glat 

of Ballahallan 


Glat 

Ballachallan 


Callander 
do. 


John Stuart 
John Simpson 


Brewer 

Brewer & Malster 


CollingtoMm- 

gill 
Falkirk 


do. 
Falkirk 


Andrew Stiven 


Fanner 


Ferrytoun 


Clackmanan 


U. 








James Urquhart 


Copper Smith 


Stirling 


Stirling 



STIRLING DISTRICT— Con^nw^rf. 



61 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


StirUng 

Perth 
do. 

do. 

Stirling 

Clackma- 
nan 

Stirling 


did drink the Pretender s Son's health as 
Prince of Wales, and spoke many things 
most indecently, scandalously & mali- 
ciously of his Prent. Majesty 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
had a Commission in the Rebel Army & 
collected his Majesty's Revenue for them 
Went along with the Rebel Army 

very active in procuring Boats for the 

Rebels to pass to the Forth 
Carried off two Dragoon Horses from the 

Battle of Preston 

Acted as Commissary for the Rebel Army 


at home. 

Not known. 
Lurking. 

Not known. 

at home. 

at home. 

Not known. 



LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE 
BY MR. JAMES M'KERRAS SUPERVISOR 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 








Andrew Alton 


Indwellar 


Craill 


Craill 


Will°» Aiton 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Andrew Auchenleck 


of Cunnachie 


Cunnachie 


Monymeal 


B. 








John Barnie 


Servant to Earl of 
Kelly 


Kelly house 


Cambee 


David Brown 


Indwellar 


St. Andrews 


St. Andrews 


James Bocik 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Alex*' Barclay 


Bleacher 


Blaeboe 


Kimbock 


Henry Balfour 


Dunboag 


Dunboag 


Dunboag 


C. 








Henry Crawford 


Portioner of Craill 


CraiU 


CraiU 



BELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
EXCISE AT ST. ANDREWS. 



)unty. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


fe 

K 
>. 

fe 


Joined the Rebels before Preston Battle & 
carried Arms, was in the Rebellion 1715 

Enticed out the above Andrew his Brother, 
furnished him, £. of Kelly •&€. with Arms 
& spok disrespectfully of His Majesty 

Joined the Rebells & earned Arms from 
after the Battle of Preston till dispers't, 
was in Rebell"* 1715 

Carried Arms with the Rebels as servant to 
his said Master 

Carried Arms in the Rebel service under 

the Karl of Kelly 
Drank the Pretender's health & influenced 

John Dewar to engage in Rebellion 
Carried Arms in the Service of the Rebels & 

for them Collected the Revenue in Angus 
Furnished one David Weems a Rebel with 

a Horse 

Fumish'd the Rebels with money & wel- 
comed them to Town, advised them to 
secure the Excise Officers & their Books, 
was in the Rebellion & Knighted by the 
Pretender 1715 yet has a pension of 
55 lib. p. annum from the Trustees for 
Improvement of Manufactors 


Said to be 

dead, 
at home. 

Not known. 

Serving Dav** 
Aitkin Ten- 
entin Came- 
la & Parish 
of Cambee. 

Lurking in 
Fife. 

at home. 

Couper in Fife, 
at home. 

at home. 



64 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Robert Cleland 
George Cleland 



Eliz^ Crawford or 
M" Holland 

Alex'^ Chrystie 

D. 
James Davidson 

Robert Douglas 

John Deuar 

John Deuar 

James Duncan 

K 
Erskine 



Thomas Erskine 

F. 
George Finlay 



H. 

Robert Haxton 
Andrew Hay 
Helen eas Haxton 



Designations. 



Merchant 
Ship Master 

Merchant 

Servant 



Servant 

Gentleman 

Indwellar 

do. 
Inkeeper 



Earl of Kelly 



Merchant 



Heelmaker 



Surgeon 

do. 
Gentleman 



Abode. 



Craill 
Pitenweem 



Anstruther 
Wester 

South fferry 



Myreside 

Coupar 

St. Andrews 

do. 

Ferry Porton 
Craig^ 



Kelly house 



Kilrenny 



Anstruther 
Easter 



St. Andrews 

Coupar 

Rathehills 



Parish. 



Craill 
Pittenweem 



Anstruther 
Wester 

South fferry 



Faukland 



Coupar 

St. Andrews 

do. 

Ferry Port- 
on Craigs 



Cambee 



Bouffie 



Anstruther 
Easter 



St Andrews 

Coupar 

Kilminny 






ST. ANDREWS mSTRlCT— Continued. 



65 



Coimtj. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Fife 
do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 



Fife 



Fife 
do. 
do. 



^Tbese two being Magistrates in their 
Abodes^ diswaded the Traders from 
allowing Officers of the Revenue to sur- 
vey or paying them their duties. The 
latter attended the Rebels collecting & 
^used his authority for them 
Drank the Pretenders Son's healthy at- 
tended him at £din^ & sent a Barrel of 
Gun Pouder to his use 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Service & was 
active in robing the Country of Arms 



Went Servant to L** Kilmarnock when he 
joyn'd the Rebels but bore no Arms 

Collected the Cess for the Rebels, was also 
in the Rebellion in the year 1715 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Service from 
Preston Battle under the Earl of Kelly 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Service as above 

Drank the Pretender's health & success to 
his arms, was in Rebellion 1715 



Was a Collonel in the Rebel Army from the 
Commencement of the Rebellion, was at 
the Battles of Preston, Falkirk, & Cul- 
loden & in the End of September headed 
a Party who collected the Excise in Fife 

has carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's 
Life Guards from their first raising 



Refused to drink His Majesty's health. 
Casting abusive Reflections upon His 
Sacred Majesty & the Presbyterian 
Ministers & professing his attachment to 
the Pretender in the strongest manner 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army during 
the whole Rebellion 



£ 



Where they 
now are. 



at home. 



at home. 



not known. 



in Faukland, 

Prisoner, 
not known. 

in Perth, Pris- 

soner. 
kill'd at Cul- 

loden. 
at home. 



Lurking in or 
about his 
own house. 



not known. 



at home. 



Not known. 
Lurking in Fife. 
Lurking in the 
country. 



64 



LIST OF REBEUS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Robert Cleland 
George Cleland 


Merchant 
Ship Master 


Craill 
Pitenweem 


Craill 
Pittenweem 


Eliz^ Crawford or 
M" Holland 


Merchant 


Anstruther 
Wester 


Anstruther 
Wester 


Alex'^ Chrystie 


Servant 


South (Terry 


South fferry 


D. 








James Davidson 


Servant 


Myreside 


Faukland 


Robert Douglas 


Gentleman 


Coupar 


Coupar 


John Deuar 


Indwellar 


St. Andrews 


St. Andrews 


John Deuar 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Duncan 
E 


Inkeeper 


Ferry Porton 
Craigrs 


Ferry Port- 
on Craigs 


Erskine 


Earl of Kelly 


Kelly house 


Cambee 


Thomas Erskine 


Merchant 


Kilrenny 


Bouffie 


F. 
George Finlay 


Heelmaker 


Anstruther 
Easter 


Anstruther 
Easter 


H. 








Robert Haxton 
Andrew Hay 
Heleneas Haxton 


Surgeon 

do. 
Gentleman 


St. Andrews 

Coupar 

Rathehills 


St Andrews 

Coupar 

Kilminny 



ST. ANDREWS BISTRICT— Continued. 



65 



Comity. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 




These two being Magistrates in their 


1 at home. 




Abodes^ diswaded the Traders from 




Fife 


allowing Officers of the Revenue to sur- 




do. 


vey or paying them their duties. The 
latter attended the Rebels collecting & 
^used his authority for them 




do. 


Drank the Pretenders Son's healthy at- 
tended him at Edin^ & sent a Barrel of 
Gun Pouder to his use 


at home. 


do. 


Camed Arms in the Rebel Service (& was 
active in robing the Country of Arms 


not known. 


do. 


Went Servant to L** Kilmarnock when he 


in Faukland^ 




joyn'd the Rebels but bore no Arms 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Collected the Cess for the Rebels^ was also 
in the Rebellion in the year 1715 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service from 


in Perth, Pris- 




Preston Battle under the Earl of Kelly 


soner. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service as above 


kiU'd at Cul- 
loden. 




Drank the Pretender's health & success to 


at home. 




his arms^ was in Rebellion 1715 




do. 


Was a CoUonel in the Rebel Army from the 


Lurking in or 




Commencement of the Rebellion^ was at 


about his 




the Battles of Preston, Falkirk, & Cul- 


own house. 




loden & in the End of September headed 


• 




a Party who collected the Excise in Fife 






has carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's 


not known. 




Life Guards from their first raising 




Fife 


Refused to drink His Majesty's health. 
Casting abusive Reflections upon His 
Sacred Majesty & the Presbyterian 
Ministers & professing his attachment to 
the Pretender in the strongest manner 


at home. 


Fife 


% f 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army during 


Lurking in Fife. 


do. 


the whole Rebellion 


Lurking in the 




J * 


country. 



64 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Robert Cleland 
George Cleland 


Merchant 
Ship Master 


CraiU 
Pitenweem 


Craill 
Pittenweem 


Eliz^ Crawford or 
M« Holland 


Merchant 


Anstruther 
Wester 


Anstruther 
Wester 


Alex' Chrystie 


Servant 


South fferry 


South fferry 


D. 








James Davidson 


Servant 


Myreside 


Faukland 


Robert Douglas 


Gentleman 


Coupar 


Coupar 


John Deuar 


Indwellar 


St. Andrews 


St. Andrews 


John Deuar 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Duncan 
E 


Inkeeper 


Ferry Porton 
Craigrs 


Ferry Port- 
on Craigs 


Erskine 


Earl of Kelly 


Kelly house 


Cambee 


Thomas Erskine 


Merchant 


Kilrenny 


Bouffie 


F. 
George Finlay 


Heelmaker 


Anstruther 
Easter 


Anstruther 
Easter 


H. 








Robert Haxton 
Andrew Hay 
Heleneas Haxton 


Surgeon 

do. 
Gentleman 


St. Andrews 

Coupar 

Ratbehills 


St Andrews 

Coupar 

Kilminny 



ST. ANDREWS DISTRICT— Continued. 



65 



Comity. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 




These two being Magistrates in their 


at home. 




Abodes^ diswaded the Traders from 




Fife 


allowing Officers of the Revenue to sur- 




do. 


vey or paying them their duties. The 
latter attended the Rebels collecting & 
^used his authority for them 




do. 


Drank the Pretender s Son's healthy at- 
tended him at £din^ & sent a Barrel of 
Gun Pouder to his use 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service & was 
active in robing the Country of Arms 


not known. 


do. 


Went Servant to L** Kilmarnock when he 


in Faukland, 




joyn'd the Rebels but bore no Arms 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Collected the Cess for the Rebels, was also 


not known. 


in the Rebellion in the year 1715 




do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service from 


in Perth, Pris- 




Preston Battle under the Earl of Kelly 


soner. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service as above 


kiU'd at Cul- 
loden. 




Drank the Pretender s health & success to 


at home. 




his arms^ was in Rebellion 1715 




do. 


Was a Collonel in the Rebel Army from the 


Lurking in or 




Commencement of the Rebellion, was at 


about his 




the Battles of Preston, Falkirk, & Cul- 


own house. 




loden & in the End of September headed 


• 




a Party who collected the Excise in Fife 






has carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's 


not known. 




Life Guards from their first raising 




Fife 


Refused to drink His Majesty's health. 
Casting abusive Reflections upon His 
Sacred Majesty & the Presbyterian 
Ministers & professing his attachment to 
the Pretender in the strongest manner 


at home. 


Fife 


% r 


Not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army during 


Lurking in Fife. 


do. 


the whole Rebellion 


Lurking in the 




J V 


country. 



66 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


L. 








Robert Leith 


BaiUie 


Pittenweem 


Pitten- 
weem 


Andrew Lothian 


Brewer & Precentor 
to the Unqualified 
Meetinghouse 


Cellerdyke 


Killrenny 


Peter Lindsay 


Gentleman 


Worminstone 


Craill 


M. 








Maiden 


Surgeon 


Craill 


Craill 


Alexander Middle- 
ton 
George M'GOl 


Wright 
Surgeon 


Leuchars 
Kimbock 


Leuchars \ 
Kimbock j 


O. 








Thomas Oliphant 
Alexander Oram 


Wright, late Baillie 
and present Elder 
in the Church 

Vintiner 


Anstruther 
Wester 

Coupar 


Anstruther 
Wester 

Coupar 


P. 








Robert Philp 


Shoemaker 


Craill 


Craill 



ST. ANDREWS Bl^RlCI— Continued. 



67 



County. 



Fife 



do. 



do. 



do. 



da 



do. 



do. 



Fife 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Present Baillie, went in Person to the 
Brewers & forbid them to pay their 
Excise to the Officers of the Revenue 
but to the Rebels^ & told them he would 
protect them for so doeing & he himself 
attended the Rebells at their Collecting 
the Revenue 7^"" 30, 1745 

pay'd the whole of his own duty & de- 
manded & received the Revenue from 
others liable therein^ which he also pay'd 
to the Rebels whom he caused use severi- 
ties on the people, he pray'd for the 
prosperity of the Rebels & shews himself 
upon all occasions to be disaffected 

Carried Arms with the Rebels & assisted in 
levying the Cess & Excise 



' Drank the Pretender s health & his Son's 
& vaunted that he had got 20 libs of 
their money 

{Carried Arms in the Rebel Service from ) 
after the Battle of Preston tillCulloden j 



Assisted in carrying a Barrel of Gun Pouder 
to the Rebels & drank the Pretender's 
health 

was very active in Levying the publick 
money for the Rebels & Compelling 
people to pay: destribute money to some 
sick Rebels at Coupar & was alwayes 
dessaffected 

Assisted in burning one of his Majesty's 
Boats, was frequently with the Rebels, 
drinking the Pretender's health & his 
sons under Discharges of Fire Arms & is a 
known enemy to the present Government 



Where they 
now are. 



at home. 



at home. 



not known. 



at home. 



not known. 



at home. 



at home. 



at home. 



68 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Pattie 


Servant 


Ballcomie 


Cambee 


R, 








David Rue 


Gentleman 


Anstruther 


Anstruther 


Reid 


Spouse to John Skeen 


Craill 


Craill 


S. 








Williain Sharp 


Gentleman 


St Andrews 


St. Andrews 


Charles Sibbald 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Alex' Stiven 


Trone man 


Leith 


South Leith 


T. 








William Thomson 


Boatman 


Pittenweem 


Pittenweem 


W. 








Charles Wightman 


Merchant 


Anstruther 


Anstruther 



ST. ANDREWS DISTRICT— C(»i/»ntt«i. 



69 



County. 



fe 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 






K 



K 



id 

Lothian 



fe 



went along with the Earl of Kelly at firsts 
& carried Arms till defeat at Culloden 



joined the Rebels at the first & carried 
Arms with them into England 

Gave Fire, Coalls & Tarr to bum one of 
the King's Boats that was lost in time of 
the Rebellion, said the two men that Ex- 
tinguished the flames ought to liave had 
Ropes about their Necks, & is alwayes 
Exclaiming against the present Gover- 
ment 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Service, is but 

a very young man & Influenced by bad 

Company 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Service & was 

in the Company that proclaira'd the 

Pretender at Coupar 
Carried a Barrel of Gun pouder to the Pre- 

tender* s Son & wore a white Cockade 



Twice demanded parties from the Rebels 
to break the Customhouse & carry off the 
Goods seized for His Majesty's behoof, 
but was often refused, this proceeded 
from his affection towards the Smugglers 
to whom he is servicable both by Sea 
& Land & is himself remarkably diss- 
affected to the present Government 

Went with his Wife & waited on the Pre- 
tender's son. Entertained the Rebels, 
had a man in pay in their Service at his 
own Expense, is said to be factor for the 
Earl of Kelly, Collected the Excise for 
him, had the assurance to ask the Excise 
Officer how he liv'd under his Govemm* 
& has alwayes been known for a diss- 
affected person 



Where they 
now are. 



Balcormie, in 
his Father's, 
Peter Pattie. 

Prisoner at 

Carlisle, 
at home. 



Stirling, 
prisoner. 

Lurking in 
Fife. 

not known. 



at home. 



at home. 



70 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


David Weems 


Surgeon 


Coupar 


Coupar 


David Weems 


Indweller 


St. Andrews 


St. Andrews 


John Wright 


Surgeon 


Foodie 


Darsie 



ST. ANDREWS DISTRICT— Core^inMcd. 



71 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Fife 
do. 

do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ was also 
in the Rebelhon of 1715 

This the first man who promulgate the 
Pretender's Manifesto's & had the assur- 
ance to go to a minister of the Estab- 
lished Church with 

Joined the Rebel Army after the Battle of 
Preston & earned Arms with them 


Lurking at 

home, 
at home. 

not known. 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN 
BOARD BY MR, LAUR ANGUS, 



Names and Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 

Tho" Anderson Ground Officer to Balma- 
duthy 

B. 






Tho" Bruce Servant to the Karl of 

Cromarty 
James Bayne Son to Bayne in Knockbelly 


Newtarbat 
Bogg 


Kilmoor 
Urquhart 


Simon Brodie lived in Templand 






C. 

Roderick Chisholm 4*^ son to Chisholm 
of that Ilk 


Erchiles 


Kilmorack 


John Chisholm Servant to the s^ Laird of 

Chisholm 
Alex' Campbell, Tenent & Distiller 


do. 
Brakahy 


do. 
do. 


Donald Cameron in 

Donald Cameron in 

John Cameron in 

John Calder son to Jas Calder Tenent in 


Teahrowat 
Kilmorack 

do. 
Miltoun of 
Red Castle 


do. 
do. 
do. 
Kileman 


E. 




1 


John Erskine, Officer of Excise 


Dingwall 


Dingwall 



THE REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE 
SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE IN ROSS. 



County. 



Cromarty 
Nairn 



Inverness 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
Ross 



do. 



Particulars of Facts. 



Forced out several Persons in & about Balmaduthis 
ground to the Rebel Service. 

attended the Earl his Master at Perth and Elsewhere. 

was in Arms with the Rebels & is now a servant to 

Donald Rioch in Bogg. 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Service. 



a Captain in the Rebel Service^ headed about Eighty of 

the Chisholms at the Battle of Culloden^ himself and 

30 whereof were kill'd upon the Field. 
Carried Arms as a Lieutenant in said Company & was 

wounded at the Battle of Culloden. 
was Ensign in said Company & kill'd at the said Battle 

of Culloden. 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden. 
Carried Arms at the said Battle of Culloden. 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden. 
Carried Arms at the said Battle & has since absconded. 



was at Falkirk & Sutherland with the Rebels and threat- 
ened to bum some houses in Dingwall in order to force 
the possessors to go with him to the Rebel Service. 



74 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names and Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


F. 
Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat 


Castle downy 


KilUrlaty 


Simon Fraser^ Master of Lovat 


do. 


do. 


Fraser younger of Culbocky 


Culbocky 


do. 


William Fraser of Culmiln 


Culmiln 


do. 


Alex^ Fraser son to Alex. Fraser of Rilich 


Rilich 


Kirkhills 


Alex' Fraser of Balchreggan 


Balchreggan 


do. 


Simon Fraser of Achnaelouh 


Achnaelouh 


Kirltarlaty 


John Fraser Tenent in Bewly 


Bewly 


Kilmorack 


Simon Fraser Tenent in do. 


do. 


do. 


John Fraser Tenent 


Wellhouse 


do. 


John Fraser Tenent 


Tea Wigg 


Kilmorack 


John Fraser, son to Fraser of Moydie 


Moydie 


do. 


Roderick Fraser, Tenent in 


Limaire 


do. 


Alexander Fraser Tenent in 


do. 


do. 


William Fraser Piper to Lord Lovat 


Wester 
Downy 


Kiltarlaty 


David Fraser Piper to ditto. 






John Fraser Brogmaker 


Balnamuick 


Urra 


Donald Fraser, Son to James Fraser 


Balagalken 


Logy & Ur- 


Tenent 




quhart 


James Fraser Son to do. 


do. 


do. 


John Forbes merchant in Tain 


Tain 


Tain 


Alex'^ Fraser, Living in Kincardin parish 




Kincardin 


Hugh Ferguson lately Servant to L*^ Nairn 






Hugh Fraser Son to William Fraser, Mer- 


Culbocky 


Urquhart 


chant 






G. 






Charles Graham 


Tain 


Tain 


Peter Gow Garder 


Bewly 


Kilmorack 


Alex' Grant Son to Perler Grant 


Corromaly 


Contine 



ROSS DISTRICT— Continued. 



76 



County. 


Particulars of Facts. 


Inverness 


is supposed to have aided & assisted the Rebels by 




ordering out his Clan. 


do. 


was one of the Chief Commanders of the Erasers in the 




Rebel Service. 


do. 


was a Captain of the Erasers under Eraser of Inn era! achy. 


do. 


was also a Captain of Do. under Inneralachay & kill'd 




at Culloden Battle. 


do. 


was a Captain of the Erasers in the Rebel Service. 


do. 


was a Captain of Do. in said Service under Inneralachay. 


do. 


was a Captain of Do. under Do. 


do. 


a Soldier in the Rebel Service. 


do. 


a Soldier in said Service & killd at the Battle of Cul- 




loden. 


do. 


a Rebel Serjeant, Living sometimes at home. 


do. 


was in Arms at the Battle of Culloden, supposed to be 




kill'd. 


do. 


in the Rebel Service, supposed to be kill'd at Culloden. 


do. 


was with the Rebels in Arms. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service. 




Carried Arms in said Service. 


Ross 


Was with the Rebels in Sutherland. 


Nairn 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service at the Battle of 




Ealkirk. 


do. 


Carried Arms in said Service in Sutherland & there 




kOl'd. 


Ross 


was Storekeeper there to the Rebels. 


do. 


was a Soldier in Rtcalnie's Rebel Company. 




was with the Rebels, Lurking in the Parish of Calle- 




cuden in Cromarty. 


Ross 


Deserted from the Rebels at Ealkirk now in Cullcaim's 




Company. 


Ross 


was a Soldier in Cromarty's Regim^ & taken Prisoner in 




Sutherland. 


Inverness 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Service being forced out by 




the Master of Lovat. 


Ross 


was employed in the Pretender's Service, which Donald 




Reoch & Kenneth Grant in Contine can witness. 



76 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names and JDesignations. 



Donald GoUan 

John Glass ) n i • %ir*ij. c 

p. ^ P^ |- Brogmakers m Milton of 

Alex'" Gordon, Lately Merch* in Cromarty 



Andrew Hood"! 
George Hood J 



H. 



Brothers 



M. 



Abode. 



Kenneth M'Kenzie, brother of the Laird 

of Fairburn 
Alexander M'Kenzie of Lentron 

M*Kenzie, Brother to Lentron 
M*Kenzie, Brother to Lentron 
Mr Will"» M'Kenzie, brother to the Laird 
of Kilcoy 

M'Kenzie, Earl of Cromarty 
M'Kenzie, Lord M'Leod 
Will"* M*Kenzie, Brother to Allangrange 
Alex' M'Keuzie, Tacksman^ Killeud 

Colin M'Kenzie, Late Merch* in Edin- 
burgh 

Roderick M'Culloeh of Glasslieh 

Alex'^ M*Kenzie, son to the deceast Lauh^ 
M'Kenzie Tenent in 

John M' William son to Don** M^William 
Tenent 

Kenneth Moir, Brogmaker 

John McDonald 

John M*Currathy once Servant to M' 

William M'Kenzie 
Alex'^ M'Connachy, Son to Alex. M*Con- 

nachy in 
Hugh M'Bain^ Living in 

Farquhar M'Nully, Tenent 



Avoch 
Red Castle 
Cromarty 



Tain 



Fairburn 



Lentom 



Kinnellan 

New Tarbat 

do. 
Allangrainge 
Killend 

Brea 

Glasslieh 
Mil town of 

Ord 
Balavalick 

Miltoun of 

Ord 
Balnamuik 



Parish. 



Avoch 

Kileman 

Cromarty 



Tain 



Balnamuik 

Bewly 

Bewly 



Urra 
Urra 

Contine 

Kilmuir 

do. 
Kileman 
Avoch 

Cullecuden 

Fearn 
Urra 

do. 

do. 

Loggy 

Urra 
do. 
Kilmorack 
Kilmorack 



ROSS mSTRlCT— Continued. 



77 



County. 

Ross 
do. 
Cromarty 



Ross 



Ross 
do. 



{ 



Particulars of Facts. 



Transported being taken Prisoner. 

Carried Arms & both taken Prisoners. 

was publidy seen in Arms with the Rebels at Tain. 



Both carried Arms as Soldiers in the Earl of Cromarty's 
Regiment. 



a School Boy^ was a Captain in Barrisdale's Rebel 

Regiment, 
was a Major in said Regiment. 



Ross 

Cromarty 

do. 
Ross 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Inverness 
Inverness 



was a Captain of the Mackenzies in the Rebel Service. 

was Coll. of a Regim* in the Rebel Service I both pri- 
had a Command in the Rebel Army j soners. 

was a Captain in Cromarty's said Regiment. 
Served as an Officer in the Rebel Army, Witness the 

Min'" of Cullecuden & Ja* Grant Officer of Excise. 
Served as an Officer in said Army. Witness the above 

two persons. 
Carried Arms Sc taken prisoner in Sutherland, 
was a Lieu^ in Cromarty's Regiment & wounded in 

Sutherland, 
was with the Rebels at Falkirk. 

was with the Rebels in Sutherland. 

was hired by Alex'f McLennan to serve in the Rebel 

Army for him, he being oblidged to find them a man. 
Enlisted in his Majesty Service but deserted from Killi- 

whinning & served the Rebels, 
was a private man in Cromarty's Regiment, said to be 

advanced to a Lieutenant. 
Said to be forced out into the Rebel Service by the 

Master of Lovat. 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army. 



78 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names and Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Alex*^ M'lver, Tenent in Wellhouse near 


Bewly 


Kilmorack 


Roderick McLean in 


Bridgehouse 


do. 


John M'William in 


Kilmorack 


do. 


Thomas M* William in 


Platchaick 


do. 


Donald M' Andrew 


Fairly 


do. 


James M^Ildoniek 


Brackahy 


do. 


Murdoch M'Kenzie, Son to Colin M'Kenzie 


Dingwall 


Dingwall 


late Baillie in 






James M' Donald^ Tanner in 


do. 


do. 


Murdoch McDonald, Tenent 


do. 


do. 


GeoCf M'Kenzie Son to John M'Kenzie^ 


Auchternood 


Fettertay 


Musician 






M' Donald M*Kenzie, Tenent 


Inhavanny 


do. 


Donald M^Intyre in 


MOton 


Kilmuir 


?^*"^^J?rf T'^ I lived at Milton of) 
Kenneth McLennan j ^ 


Kilmuir 


do. 


Roderick M'Farquhar, Tenent 


Spittald of 
Red Castle 


Kileman 


John M'fiarquhar his son 


do. 


do. 


Colin Mckenzie, Tenent in Chapleton of 


Chapletoun 


do. 


Red Castle 






Don*i M^farquhar Son to W» M^farquhar 


Red Castle 


do. 


in West Culmore of 






Kenneth M'farquhar, Tenent 


Newtoun of 
Red Castle 


do. 


Farquhar M'Farquhar, do. 


do. 


do. 


John M^Kenzie son to Thomas M'Kenzie 


Barntoun of 
Red Castle 


do. 


Donald M'Lennan^ Tenent in 


Gurgastoun 
of do. 


do. 


Murdoch Mitchell, Servant 


Balamenoch 


Urquhart 


Theodore Mckenzie, son to Alex"^ M'kenzie, 


Foster Cul- 


do. 


Mason 


bocky 




Alex'f M'kenzie, late Greive to Balmaduthy 


Coull 


Contine 


now at 






William Man, Servant 


Petfoord 


Avoch 


John Moir 


Templand 


do. 


William Man 


do. 


do. 



ROSS DISTRICT— CotUinued. 



79 



County. 

Inverness 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Ross 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
Cromarty 

do. 

Ross 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do 
do. 
da 



Particulars of Facts. 



a Serjeant in said Army & was wounded at Culloden 

Battle, 
was with the Rebels, 
was with the Rebels & taken Prisoner. 
Carried Anns with the Rebels at Culloden. 
was with the Rebels in Sutherland. 
Carried Arms with the Rebels at Culloden. 
Forced out some of the Inhabitants of Dingwall to go 

with him to the Rebel Service, 
said to be forced into said Service by the said Murdoch 

M'Kenzie. 
said to be forced into said Service by Ditto. 
Was in Arms with the Earl of Cromarty in Sutherland. 

was a Captain under Cromarty, has absconded since the 

Battle of Culloden. 
a Servant to the Earl of Cromarty in the Rebellion. 

Carried Arms in Cromarty's Rebel Regiment 

was a Captain of the Rebels in Sutherland. 

was a Lieutenant of the Rebels in do. 

was with the Rebels at the Battle of Culloden. 

was with the Rebels in Sutherland. 

was with the Rebels & taken Prisoner. 

was with the Rebels in Sutherland. 

was with the Rebels in do. now Lurking in the Country. 

was with the Rebels in Sutherland now Lurking in the 

Country, 
was with the Rebels, 
was with the Rebels in Arms. 

was Employed in forcing out men into the Rebellion in 
the Lands late Lord Royston's which he asserts was 
by his late Master's orders, now Prisoner in Inverness. 

were all in Arms with the Rebels. 



80 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names and Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


N. 
James Niccol 


Avoch 


Avoch 


P. 
Murdoch Paterson, son to John Paterson, 


Lettoch of 


Kilmuir 


Tenent 


Redcastle 




Donald Paterson^ Senior 


East Kessock 
of do. 


do. 


Donald Paterson, Jun'^ 


Do. of do. 


do. 


I^uchlane Paterson 


Blairdow of 
do. 


Kileman 


Andrew Paterson^ son to And'' Paterson, 


Kessock 




Tenent 






R. 






Ronald Ross 


Miltown of 
Ord 


Urra 


Hugh Ross, Tenent 


Balavalich 


ffotterty 


John Reoch alias Ross, Brother to Don^ 


Contine 


Contine 


Reoch^ Tenent 






John Ross, Mason 


Chapletown 
of Redcastle 


Kileman 


James Ross, Tenent 


Knockbreak 


Kilmuir 


George Reid in 


Templand 


Avoch 


Alex' Reid, Servant 


Knockmuir 


do. 


John Reid Son to John Reid 


Petfoord 


do. 


Thomas Ross 


Tain 


Tain 


Angus Ross alias M 'William 


do. 


do. 


John Robertson 


Miltoun of 
New Tarbat 


Kilmuir 


WOliam Ross alias Reoch 


Tain 


Tain 


S, 
John Sutherland 


Rosskeen 


Rosskeen 


William Sutherland, Dyster 


BamtoMrn 


Urra 


Galium Stuart, Servant to James Calder 


Miltoun of 


Kileman 




Redcastle 





ROSS mSTRICr— Continued. 



81 



Connty. 



Ross 



Ross 

do. 

do. 
do. 



Ross 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Cromarty 

Ross 



Ross 
do. 
do. 



Particulars of Facts. 



was with the Rebels. 



were with the Rebels at the Battle of Culloden^ Skulking 
up & down the Country. 

was with the Rebels in Sutherland^ now Lurking. 

was with the Rebels in Sutherland. Absconding since 
the Skirmish their. 



} 



was with the Rebels & taken Prisoner in Sutherland. 

taken Prisoner at the Battle of CuUoden. 

was sometime a Sailor with John Reid in Cromarty & 
to save his Brother s goods, took on him the name of 
a Rebel Captain under Barrisdale at Tain & Suther- 
land. 

went with the Rebels to Sutherland. 

went to Sutherland with the Rebels. 

were with the Rebels. 

Served in Cromarty's Rebel Regiment, now Enlisted 

in the Master of Ross his Company, 
was a Soldier in Cromarty's said Regiment. 

was a Soldier in Cromarty's said Regiment. 



a Servant to Lord M'Leod. 

Served in Sutherland under Barrisdale but forced. 

went with the Rebels to Sutherland Sc since absconds. 



82 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names and Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Kenneth Simpson in 


Dunvamy 


Urquhart 


T. 
Thomas Taylor in 


Bridgehouse 


Kilmorack 


U. 






Kenneth Urquart son to the deceast Tho" 

Urquart 
Wai"^ Urquhart late Serv* to Will'" 

M'Kenzie 
William Wilson in 


of Cullicuden 
Kennellan 
New Tarbat 


Cullicuden 

Contine 

Kilmuir 



ROSS BISTRICT— Continued. 



88 



County. 



Particulars of Facts. 



Nairn 



went about with the Rebels wearing a white Cockade. 



Inverness 



was at the Battle of Culloden in the Rebel Service. 



Cromarty 

Ross 

Cromarty 



was with the Rebels & is now lurking about his mother's 

house in that Parish, 
was with the Rebells at the Battle of Falkirk & in 

Sutherland, 
was a Soldier in the Earl of Cromarty's Regiment. 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE 
BY MR JAMES FERGUSON SUPERVISOR 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


B. 








John Bayne 


Servant to John Mur- 
ray of Brughtoun 


Brughtoun 


Brughtoun 


C. 








Andrew Cassie 


Late of Kirkhouse 


Traquair 


Traquair 


K. 








James Kerr 


Merchant 


Peebles 


Peebles 


M. 








William M'lver 
John Murray 


Factor to the Earl of 

Traquair 
of Brughton 


Traquair 
Brughton 


Traquair 
Brughton 


P. 








John Paton 


Servant to Brughtoun 


do. 


do. 


John Pieiy 


Servant to Traquair 


Traquair 


Traquair 


s. 

James Sinclair 


Tenent 


Stobo 


Stobo 


W. 








Wai'" White 


Servant to Traquair 


Traquair 


Traquair 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
3F EXCISE AT LANERK. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Tweedale 


Joined the Rebels at the very beginning & 
has been most active in their Service 


not known. 


do. 


Joined the Rebels on their arrival at Edin- 


Prisoner in the 




burgh 


North. 


do. 


was confined at Edin^ on suspicion of cor- 
responding with the Rebels 


out upon Baill. 


do. 


Suspected of Aiding & assisting the Rebels 


confined at 




& therefore 


Edin^ 


do. 


Joined the Rebels at the very beginning & 


Prisoner at 




continued with them during the whole 


London. 




Rebellion^ he acted as Secretary to the 






Pretender s Son 




do. 


Went out in the Beginning of the Rebel- 
lion with his said Master 


Not known. 


do. 


Joined the Rebells when in possession of 
Edinburgh 


Not known. 


do. 


About the middle of November 1745 he 
went after the Rebels to England in 
quest of some Horses taken from him by 
them^ and as their is no acco^ of him 
since it is feared he has been oblidged 
to join them tho' (I 'm informed) not his 
Inclination 


Not known. 


do. 


Joined the Rebels at first on their way 


Not known. 




from the North 





i 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE 

BY MR JOHN FINLASON, SUPERVISOR 

PART OF WHOM ARE RETURNED 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 
Thomas Arbuthnot 


Merch* & Factor to 
some Lands here 
belonging to the 
Maiden Hospital at 
Edin"^ 


Peterhead 


Peterhead 


Thos. Arbuthnot 


Sailor 


do. 


do. 


John Abemethie 


Overseer of the high- 


Tyrie 


Tyrie 


William Angus 


wayes 
labourer 


OldMeldrum 


Meldrum 


Charles Anderson 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


James Aberdeen 


Labourer 


Newton 


Cruden 


B. 

Alex^ Bettie 
Robert Bruce 


Labourering man 
do. 


Rothney 
Old Meldrum 


Premnay 
Meldrum 


Geo? Buchan 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Bowman 


Farmer 


Todelhills 


Ellon 


James Buchan 


Labouringman 


Leys 


do. 


William Bagrie 


do. 


Gateside 


Cruden 


John Buchan 


do. 


Hillhead 


do. 



REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
DF EXCISE AT OLD MELDRUM. MOST 
IND LURKING IN THE COUNTRY. 



County. 



Aberdeen 



do. 
Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



accepted of a Factory from the Rebels upon 
the Estate which Marischal forfeited in 
the year 1715. By virtue whereof he 
called in the Tenents & uplifted some of 
the Farms for the Rebels and Exerted 
himself to the utmost of his Power in 
their Service. 

went out to the Rebellion 1"* Octor 1745. 

Joyried the Rebels at Edinburgh. 

Joined the Rebel Army. 

Assisted in Collecting the Levy money for 

the Rebels. 
Joined the Rebels after the Battle of 

Preston. 



Joined the Rebel Army. 

Join'd the Rebel Army. 

Joined the Rebel Army. 

Joined the Rebels after the Battle of 

Falkirk. 
Joined the Rebels after the Battle of 

Falkirk. 
Joined the Rebels after the Battle of 

Falkirk. 
Joined the Rebel Army after Falkirk Battle. 



Rent of Estate. 



88 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



C. 

Charles Camming 
Alex'^ Cumming 



Doctor Cruickshank 

James Cato 

Will"* Christy 
William Chakners 
GeoCf Chein 

Cumming 
Alcx"^ Craig 

James Cruickshank 

John Chives 
W» Clark 



John Chalmers 



Designations. 



Abode. 



D. 
John Dalgearn 

Peter Duguid 

John Durward 

John Douglas 

Alex^ Ditch 



of Kininmount 
Farmer his Brother 



Surgeon 

house Carpenter 

Ship Master 

Baxter 

Sailor 

of Pitully 
Merchant 

Labouring man 

do. 
do. 



Farmer 



Merchant 
Vintiner 
Sadler 
of Fechel 

Labouring man 



Kininmount 
Crichy 

Frasersburgh 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

Pitully 
Roseartie 

Miln of 

Bonytown 
Rothney 
Little Ar- 

trachy 
Methlick 



Parish. 



Auchmungle 
OldMeldrum 

do. 
Fechel 



Tumilove 



Longmay 
Old Deer 



Frasers- 
burgh 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

Pitsligo 
do. 

Rain 

Premnay 
Cruden 

Methlick 



New Deer 
Meldrum 

do. 
Ellon 



Cruden 



OLD MELDRUM DISTRICT— Con<in«ed. 



89 



County. 



Aberdeen 
do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Joined the Pretender's Son at Edinb*" 
Joined the Rebels at Edin' & was very 

active in Levying for their Service, Worth 

of Stock 
Joined the Rebel Army at Edinburgh. 

Join'd the Rebel Army, 
all concerned in apprehending Captain 
Grant on his way to join L*^ Loudoun at 
Inverness, & carrying him to Achmeden 
Lieut, of Banff for the Rebels Sc all 
Joined the Rebels on their way north. 

Joined the Rebels at Edinburgh 

Joined the Rebels at Edinburgh, worth 
money. 

Joined the Rebel Army. 

Joined the Rebel Army. 

Joined the Rebel Army after Preston Battle. 

was at Inverury Skirmish, assisted the 
Rebels in securing some of the M'Leods 
taken Prisoners there, went to the Super- 
visor's Room with three armed men in 
quest of Books relating to his Majesty's 
Revenue & was very active in serving 
the Rebels in every respect. 



Joined pretty early in the Rebellion Sc 
Recruited men for the Rebels. 

was aiding to the Rebels & Enlisted men 
for their Service. 

went to Aberdeen & brought out the 
Rebels against the M'Leods at Inverury. 

Joined the Pretender's Standard at Aber- 
deen & seen at Newburgh with a white 
Cockade 

Joined the Rebel Army after Preston Battle. 



Rent of Estate. 



£ Mh, d. 
150 



500 



300 



83 6 8 



90 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


F. 

Thomas Forbes 
Alexander Forbes 


Vintiner 
Stabler 


Peterhead 
do. 


Peterhead 
do. 


• 
Alex*" Falconer 

James Ferrier 


Sailor 
do. 


Frasersburgh 
do. 


Frasers- 
burgh 
do. 


John Fobes 
William Fraser 


Lord Pitsligo 
Brother to Inveralichy 


Pitsligo 
Inveralichy 


Pitsligo 
Longmay 


Lewis Farquharson 
John Forbes 

Johnathon Forbes 


Labouring man 
do. 

Farmer 


Foggy Ridge 
Kirk Culsa- 

niond 
Bnix 


Rain 
Culsamond 

Kildrumie 


George Forrest 


Servant to the Countess 
of Errol 


Bowence 


Cruden 


Will™ flforrest 
John Fullarton 


Ground officer to s^ 

Countess 
Jun' of Dudwick 


Grateside 
Bowence 


Cruden 
Cruden 


David Ferrier 


labouring man 


Cotthill 


Ellon 


James fforbes 
James Forrest 


do. 
do. 


Tunierhall 
Nethermiln 


do. 
do. 


Will°» Forrest 


do. 


Upper Brae- 
head 


Cruden 


G. 








Alexander Gill 


Shipmaster 


Frasersburgh 


Fraser- 
burgh 


Robert Gordon Jun' 
David Grant 


of Logie 


Logie 
OldMeldnim 


Longmay 
Meldrum 



OLD MELDRUM DISTRICT— Continued. 



91 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Rent of Estate. 






£ sh. d. 


Aberdeen 


Joined the Rebel Army at Edinburgh. 




do. 


Went to the Rebellion a Servant to W°» Scott 
late of Auchtydonald on 1** Oct' 1745. 




do. 


Joined the Rebel Army. 




do. 


Assisted in Apprehending Cap* Alex' Grant 
going to join L^ Loudoun at Inverness 
& carrying him to Achmeden L** Lieu* 
of Banff for the Rebels (& their Army on 
their Retreat to the Highlands. 




do. 


Joined the Pretender s Son at Edinburgh 


400 


do. 


Joined the Rebel Army at Edin' — worth of 






Stock 


1000 


do. 


Joined the Rebel Army. 




do. 


Joined the Rebel Army. 




do. 


Joined the Rebel Army — worth of Stock 
22000 Merkes. 




do. 


Had a Commiss'* from Moir of Stonywood, 
Recruited 15 men in s^ Countesses in- 
terest for the Rebels. Stayed all that 
time at her house & joined the Rebel 
Army before the Skinnish of Inverury. 




do. 


Assisted in Recruiting for the Rebel Service. 




do. 


Joined the Rebels at Ed' returned when 
they left that place, but went out again 


166 13 8 


do. 


Went & joined the Rebels after the 
Battle of Falkirk. 




do. 


Joined the Rebels after the Battle of Falkirk. 




do. 


Joined the Rebel Army after the Battle of 
Preston. 




do. 


Joined the Rebel Army after Preston Battle. 




do. 


Assisted in apprehending Captain Grant as 
before mentioned & joined the Rebel 
Army. 




do. 


Join'd the Rebels at Edinburgh 


150 


do. 


Joined the Rebel Army. 





92 



LIST OF REBEI^ FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


H. 








Hay 


Countess of Enrol 


Bowence 


Cruden 


Adam Hay 


of Caimbanno 


Caimbanno 


New Deer 


I. 
Sir James Innes 


Weaver 


Techmurie 


Tyrie 


K. 








Peter Kilgower 


Dyster 


Ellon 


Ellon 


L. 








John Laurence 


Merchant 


Old Deer 


Old Deer 


George Legat 


Merch* & Taylor 


Ellon 


Ellon 


Laurence Leith 

Anthony Leith 

James Lesslie 
George Lind 


Farmer 

do. 

Labouring Servant 
do. 


New Flinder 

Bogs of 
Leithha 
OldMeldrum 
do. 


Kineth- 
mond 
do. 

^ ^drum 


George Lind 
John Lessli 


Smith 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


John Laing 


Labouring man 


Tumerhall 


Ellon 


M. 








William Moir 
Robert Middleton 


Sailor Brother to 

Invemetty 
Porter 


Peterhead 
Frasersburgh 


Peterhead 

Frasers- 
burgh 



OLD MELDRUM DISTRICT— Co»rf»«M«i. 



9S 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Rent of EsUte. 






£ *h. d. 


Aberdeen 


Aided & assisted the Rebels Sc forced out 
men into their Service 


3000 


do. 


Joined the Rebels at Edin' & Levied 
several men for their Service on their 






Retreat North 


50 


do. 


Joined the Rebels at Edinburgh. 




do. 


never fail'd of having a Rejoicing when 
there was news of the Rebels' Success. 




do. 


Proclaimed the Pretender at the Market 
Cross of Old Deer, Enlisted some men 
for his Service & joined them himself on 
their Retreat to the Highlands. 




do. 


Alwayes kept a Rejoicing when the Rebels 
met with Success. 




do. 


Joined himself to the Rebel Army. 




do. 


Joined himself to said Army 


Worth money. 


do. 


Joined the Rebel Army. 




do. 


Joined himself to said Army. 




do. 
do. 


C Both concerned in going to Aberdeen Sc 




} bringing out the Rebels against the 
(^ Laird of M'Leodand his men atlnverury. 




do. 


Joined himself to the Rebel Army after 
the Battle of Falkirk. 




do. 


went out into the Rebellion the !■* Octo^ 
1745. 




do. 


was often Employed in Canying Letters to 
& from the Rebel Army. 





SI- 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Alex' Morrison 



Designations. 



Sailor 



James Morrise 
Charles Morgan 
Alex' Matheson 
David Mattheson 
Alex' Mems 
William Moir 



} 



Wm» Mitchell 

John Mutch 

George Mutch 
WUliam MUl 



N. 

Andrew Niddry, Jun' 
Adam Norald 
Will"* Nisbet 



O. 

Alex' OgOvy 



Labouring Servant 
do. 

Labouring men 

do. 
of Longmay Factor to 
the Countess of 
Enrol 



Abode. 



Frasersburgh 



Parish. 



Frasers- 
burgh 



Farmer 

Labouring man 

do. 
Merchant 



Ellon 
do. 

Old Rain 

Insh 
Nethermiln 



Weaver 

Labouring Servant 
Farmer 



of Auchires 



PUtachy 

Ehick 

Little Amage 
Ellon 



Ellon 
do. 

Rain 

Insh 
Cruden 



Fraserburgh 
Old Meldrum 
Waterside 



Corthie 



Ellon 

do. 

do. 
do. 



Fraserburgh 

Meldrum 

Slains 



Rathen 



OLD MELDRUM DISTRICT— Con/inwd. 



95 



County. 



Aberdeen 



do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 



Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 



Aberdeen 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Concerned in apprehending Capt** Alexander 
Grant going to join L*^ Loudoun at Inver- 
ness & Carrying him prisoner to the 
Laird of Achmeden who then acted as 
L^ Lieutenant of Banff County by Com- 
missi* from the Pretender's Son & him- 
self afterwards joined the Rebel Army. 

) Joined the Rebel Army after the Battle 

J of Preston. 

Joined the Rebel Army. 

Joined the Rebel Army. 

Joined the Pretender s Son at Edin' was 
appointed Govemour of Aberdeen where 
he Collected or caused to be Collected 
the Revenues of Excise & Customs and 
the Land Tax and did every thing in his 
Power for the Interest of the Pretender 
in the most active manner 

Joined the Rebel Army after the Battle of 
Falkirk. 

Joined the Rebel Army after the Battle of 
Falkirk 

Joined said Army after Falkirk Battle. 

Made great Rejoicings when there was any 
acco** of the Rebels' Success. 



Joined himself to the Rebel Army. 

Joined himself to said Army. 

Joined the Rebel Army at the same time 
with Longmay^ but declared to James 
Chalmers, Printer in Aberdeen & Geo«f 
Forbes Merchant there that he was 
oblidged to take up Arms contrary to 
his Inclination, having been threatened 
by the Countess of Errol & Longmay 
with being turned out of his possession 
&c. Sc upon his setting out was furnished 
by them in a Horse & money to support 
him. 

Joined the Pretender's Son at Edinburgh 



Rent of Estate. 



£ sk. d. 



166 13 8 



150 



96 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Will" Ogilvy 


Brother to Auchires 


Auchires 


Rathen 


John Ogilvy 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Oldman 


Labouring man 


Aldie 


Cruden 


P. 
Andrew Pirrie 


Labouring Man 


Ellon 


Ellon 


Alex' Peine 


do. 


OldMeldnim 


Meldrum 


Robert Paterson 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Charles Peirie 


Son to Alex' Peirie at 
Miln Auchter 


Ellon 


Ellon 


R. 
Alex' Ramsay 


Merchant 


Rosartie 


Pitsligo 


William Ramsay 


Labouring man 


Lonhead 


Rain 


John Robertson 


do. 


Meiklewartle 


do. 


Kenneth Ramsay 


Labouring Servant 


OldMeldrum 


Meldrum 


John Rannie 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Francis Ross^ Jim' 


Surgeon 


do. 


do. 


S. 
John Smith 


Labouring Servant 


Old Deer 


Old Deer 


James Smith 


do. 


do. 


do. 


John Spens 


Labouring man 


Miln of 
Botom 


Insh 


Alexander Shives 


do. 


OldMeldrum 


Meldrum 


James Smith 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Alex' Smith 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Thomas Stuart 


Grardner to the 
Countess of Enrol 


Gateside 


Cruden 


WilUam Smith 


Labouring man 


Yondertown 


Ellon 


Alex' Scot 


do. 


Tumilove 


Cruden 


W™ Sangster 


do. 


Bullers- 
buchan 


do. 


William Scot 


Farmer 


Blackwater 


St. Fergus 


John Souter 


Labouring man 


Ellon 

1 


Ellon 



OLD MELDRUM DISTRICT— Con^tna^d. 



97 



County. 



Aberdeen 
do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Qrcumstances. 



Joined the Pretender's Son at Edinburgh 1 
Joined the Pretender's Son at Edin' J 

Joined the Rebels after Preston Battle. 



Joined himself to the Rebel Army after 

the Battle of Preston. 
Joined the Rebel Army. 
Joined the Rebel Army. 
Joined the Rebel Army after the Battle of 

Preston. 



^ All joined themselves to the Rebel 
Army. 



}Left their Master s Service & Joined the 
Rebel Army. 



'All carried Arms in the Rebel Service. 



Assisted in Recruiting men for the Rebel 
Service & threatened to seize the Excise 
Officer's horse. 



All joined & carried Arms in the Rebel 
Army. 



Rent of Estate. 



have money. 



o 



98 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



T. 
Alex' Thomson 

James Thomson 
Alex' Thomson 
Alex' Tervas 

David Tyrie 

David Tyrie, Jun' 
Robert Taylor 

John Turras 

James Thain 
John Turner, Jun' 

Lady Tumerhall 



V, &c 

James Volume 
Thomas Volume 

Alex' White, Jun' 
William Wilson 
Alex' Wilkin 



Designations. 



of Feichfield 

Son to Feichfield 

Sailor 

Merchant 

Labouring Servant 

of Dinnedeer 
Labouring man 



Smith 



Servant to John Turras 
of Tumerhall 



Abode. 



Feichfield 

do. 
Peterhead 
Fraserburgh 

Ellon 

Dinnedeer 
Old Meldrum 



do. 



do. 
Tumerhall 



Parish. 



do. 






Surgeon 

Surgeon to the Count- 
ess of Enrol 

of Ardlahill 

Farmer 
do. 



Peterhead 
Bowence 

Ardlahill 

Kirkhill 

Kenharichy 



Longside 

do. 
Peterhead 
Fraserburgh 

Ellon 

Insh 
Meldrum 



do. 



do. 
Ellon 



do. 



Peterhead 
Cruden 

Aberdour 
Ellon 
do. 



OLD MELDRUM BISTRICT—CofUinued. 



99 




Aberdeen 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Joined the Pretender's Son at Edin*" & 

Recruited men for their Service 
Joined the Rebel Army with his Father, 
went out in Rebellion the 1st of Octo' 1745. 
took many Occasions of speaking the 

strongest Treasonable Language. 
Joined the Rebel Army after the Battle of 

Preston. 
Joined the Rebel Army 
Beat the Drum and Carried French Colours 

before an Officer who Enlisted men for 

the Rebel Service. 
Concerned in bringing out the Rebels from 

Aberdeen against the M'Leods at Inver- 

ury. 
was also concerned in bringing out the 

Rebels against the M'Leods as above. 
Joined the Rebels at Edin' & Recruited 

about 20 men for their Service on their 

Retreat North 
was most active in engaging men for her 

son & sent several after him to the 

Highlands. 



All joined Sc Carried Arms in the Rebel 
Army 



£ sh, d, 
200 



80 



300 



30 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE 
BY MR. JOHN CAMPBELL, SUPERVISOR 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


A. 

William Anderson 


Wigmaker 


• 

Inverness 


Information from 
Arch* Graham^ 
Gauger 


John Allanoch 


Merchant 


Clashnoer 


per Information 


B. 
Thomas Bain 


Shoemaker 


Inverness 


Informat^ from said 
Arch* Graham 


John Bremner 


Servant 


Jackbany 


SeenbyJnoM^Callum 
OfT^ of Excise, 
Elgine 


John Brown 




Balindouan 


per Information 


John Bain^ younger 




Glenconles 


per do. 


Arch* Bain Stuart 




Delavoiar 


per do. 


Angus Breber- 




Achlounie 


per do. 


mackinteer 








John Binnachie 


Weaver 


Balandie 


per do. 


James Bowie 




Sauie 


per do. 


C. 
Robert Cuthberth 


Shoemaker 


Inverness 


Inf. from sd Arch* 
Graham 


John Clark 


Indweller 


Ruthven 


Seen in Arms by 
James Brown, Off^ 
of Excise at Ruthven 



u * 



ft 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
OF EXCISE AT ELGINE. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where at present. 



Subordening the Independant Companys to Join Inverness, 
the Rebel Army 



Carried arms in the Rebel Army as a private man 



Invigling the Independ^ Companys to join the Rebels 
Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 



was a private man in Rebel Army^ was forced out 
& deserted 

forced to serve as a private man in said Army & 
submitted to the King's mercy 

forced out to Serve as a private man in said Army 

served as a private man in said Army & was very 
active in plundering 

Carried Arms being forced out^ has submitted him- 
self 

Deserted from Rebel Army which he had Join'd 



Endeavoured to Trapan the Independent Companys 

into the Rebellion 
was a Quarter Master in the Rebel Service & very 

active in his Station 



Clashnaer. 



at home, 
not known. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 



at home, 
at home. 






m • 






:..••. 



• • •- 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



•...' Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


• 

John Cumming 


Residenter 


Inverness 


seen by Jn** Grant 
Ex. officer, Inver- 
ness 


John Cumming 




Tombae 


per Information 


Lauchlan Cumming 
Robert Cameron 




Tomintowll 
Keppoch 


per do. 
per do. 


John Cruickshank 


a Deserter 


Dalavoiar 


per do. 


Robat Cruickshank 




do. 


per do. 


Hector Cruickshank 




do. 


per do. 


Donald Campbell 
John Campbell 




Foderleter 
do. 


per do. 
per do. 


William Coutts 
John Cameron 




Inverury 
Croftbain 


per do. 
per do. 


Evan Cameron 
Alex' Cameron 


Travelling 

Taylor 
Servant to 


Balmenoch 


per do. 
per do. 


Robert Cruickshank 




Badiglashean 


per do. 


John Cameron 


Miller 


Ruthven 


per do. 


D. 

Samuel Douglas 


Late Superv' 
of Excise 


Forress 


his Receipts seen 


James Dallass 


of C^mtra 


Cantra 


Seen in Arms by s* 


% 






Arch* Graham 


John Davidson 




Inchnakeep 


per Information 


John Davidson 




Achreachan 


per do. 


John Dow farquhar- 


Servant in 


do. 


per do. 


aUIl 

Angus Dou Stuart 
Angus Derg 




Achnahayle 
Tombreck of 
Foderleter 


per do. 
per do. 


James Davidson 




Glenconless 


per Informa*'* 


George Davidson 
George Davidson 




do. 
do. 


per do. 
do. 



ELGINE DISTRICT— Continued. 



103 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where at present. 



Volunterly entered the Rebel Service & got an 
Officer s Commission 

Was an Officer in the Rebel Army but deserted & has 
submitted himself 

Carried Arms as a private man 

was a private man in the Rebel Army but forced 

out^ has submitted himself 
Carried Arms as a private man 
was forced out in Arms but has submitted himself 
Carried Arms in Rebel Service, being Compell'd 
Carried Arms as a private man^ has submitted himself 
Carried Arms as a private man in Rebel Service^ 

has submitted 
Carried Arms as a private man in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms as a private man or Serjeant in the 

Rebel Army 
was at the plundering Cullenhouse & carried Arms, 

working at his Trade 
Carried Arms as a private man 
was compelled to carry Arms for the Rebels & has 

submitted himself 
Carried Arms^ has submitted to the King's mercy 



Collected the Excise for the Rebels and was very 

active in his station 
was Captain in the Rebel Army & Recruited his 

own Company 
Compelled to carry Arms in the Rebel Army^ has 

submitted himself 
Carried Arms^ has submitted himself. 
Served in the Rebel Army as a private man, has 

submitted 
Forced into the Rebel Service^ has submitted himself 
Served in the Rebel Army & was very active in 

plundering, has submitted 
Carried Arms in the Pretender's Service 
Carried Arms as a private man 
Carried Arms with the Rebels 



not known. 



at home. 



at home, 
at home. 

Dalavoiar. 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

KiU'd. 
at home. 

Strathspey. 

Balmenoch. 
at home. 

Ruthven. 



Dead. 
Dead, 
at home. 

in the Glens. 

at home. 
Tombreck. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 



104 



LIST OF KEBEUS FROM 



Names. 



F. 
Alex' Finlay 

James Forsyth 

Alex' Fordyce 

Hugh Fraser 
Will"* Fraser 
Donald Fraser 
Charles Fraser, Jun' 
Hugh Fraser 

James Fraser 

Simon Fraser 
Alex' ffraser 

Will°» ffraser 

Hugh Fraser 

Alex' Fraser 

John Fraser, Jun' 

Alex' Fraser 
Simon Fraser 

John Fraser 
Hugh Fraser 



Designations. 



Abode. 



Cause of Knowledge. 



Weaver 



Town Officer 



Servant 



Merchant 

of Dalemig 

Smith 

of Fairfield 

Wright 



of Foyers 

Farmer 
Culduthel's 
Brother 
Merchant 

Farmer 

John Roy's son 

Tenant 
of Bochniben 

Taxman 
Vintiner 

Taxman 

Son to said 
& Deserter 
from M*In- 
toshe's 
Company 



Elgine 
Forress 



Windyhills 



Inverness 

Stratherick 

Moy 

Kinmylies 

Mirton 



Stratherrick 

Dalhaple 
Inchnacar- 

doch 
Fort Augustus 

Borlum 

Stratherrick 

Castledownie 

Letch une 
Stratherrick 

do. 
Stratherrick 



Seen by Alex' Dallas 
Officerof Ex. Elgine 

Seen by Arch** Dun- 
bar, Ex. Officer^ 
Forres 

Seen by W"» Porter, 
Ex. OflF^ at Find- 
horn 

Seen bv the above 
Arch^ Graham 

seen per s** Arch** 
Graham 

Seen per do. Graham 

Seen per do. 

Seen per Jn^ Grant 
Ex. Officer, Inver- 
ness 

Seen per do. 

Seen per do. 
Seen per do. 

Seen per do. 

Seen per do. 

Seen per do. 

Seen per do. 

Seen per do. 
Seen per do. 

Seen per do. 
by Information from 
do. 



ELGINE BISTRICr— Continued. 



105 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where at present. 



Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 
Carried Airms 8c Recruited men for the Rebels 



Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 



An Adjutant &. carried Arms in the said Airmy 
Carried Arms as an Officer in said Army 

a Captain in the Rebel Army promoted on acco^ of 

great ser\'ices 
Sold his Lieutenantcy in Comwallises Reg^ & was 

Adjutant Gen* to the Rebels 
Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army 



a Captain in said Army & very active in serving 

that Interest 
a Captain in said Army & very active in his Station 
was a Captain in said Rebel Army^ very active in his 

Station 
Entered the Rebel Service, became a Captain in 

Enlisting those they hade taken prisoners 
was Captain in said Service & very active in his 

station 
an Officer in the Rebel Army & very active 

a very active Officer in the Rebel Army, Influenced 

by Lord Lovat 
an Officer in the Rebel Army & violently zealous 
an Officer in said Army 6c advised M' Grant to join 

them also 
an Officer in said Army & active in Enlisting men 
w^as an Officer in the Rebel Army 



not known, 
not known. 

Skulking. 

Kill'd. 
not known. 
Skulking, 
not known, 
not known. 

not known. 

not known, 
not known. 

not known. 

not known. 

Kiird. 

Lurking. 

not known. 
Kill'd. 

not known. 
Kill'd. 



106 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Will°» Fraser 


Farmer 


Kirktoun 


by Information from 
Dan^ McLaren 
Ex. Off* Inverness 


John Fraser 


Cottar 


Englishtoun 


by Information from 
do. 


Thomas ffraser 


Smith 


Englishtown 


per Infor^ from said 
Dan> McLaren 


John ffraser 


Farmer 


do. 


per Infor. from do. 


John Fowler 


do. 


Kingussie 


perdo. from Ja" Brown 
Ex. Off* Ruthven 


Don^ Farquharson 


of Auchrachan 


Glenconless 


per Information 


John Farquharson 


of Altery 


Eliet 


per do. 


Robert Farquharson 




Mill of Ach- 
rachan 


per do. 


James Fraser 




Upper Cults 


per do. 


Don*^ Farquharson 


Servant 


Glenconless 


per do. 


Rob* Dow Farquhar- 




Eliet 


per do. 


oun 

Wm«» Finlay 




Cruchly 


per do. 


James Fleming 




do. 


per do. 


John Fraser 




Auchrachan 


per do. 


John Fleming 




Findran 


per do. 


Patrick Forbes 




Balivaler 


per do. 


John Fleming 


Serv* to 
Glenbucket 




per do. 


And^ Farquharson 




Balintom 


per do. 


John Forbes 


Merchant 


Candlemore 


per do. 


Thomas Fraser 




Balacham 


per do. 


Grigory Farquharson 


Tombea 


Tombea 


Noturein the Country 


Cosmus Farquharson 


of Tombea^ 
Jun'^ 


Tombea 


per Information 


John Forbes 




Wester Ach- 
more 


per do. 


Forbes 




Ballandie 


per do. 


Rob* Fleming 




Miln Ach- 


per do. 






dregnie 





ELGINE DISTRICT— Con^Jnwrf. 



107 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms & was very active in his Station^ but 
said to be forced out by L* Lovat 

Carried Arms at Culloden Battle, forced out by Lord 

Lovat 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden, Compell'd 

by Lord Lovat 
Carried Arms at said Battle, forced out by Lord Lovat 
Carried Arms, was very active in his Station but 

forced out by Cluny 
a Captain in the Rebel Service & very active in 

raising men 
Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army 
An Ensign in the said Army, was at the Spoiling 

Culloden house 
Carried Arms with the Rebels but has submitted 

himself 
was Compelled by the Rebels to carry Arms, has 

submitted 
Carried Arms with the Rebels 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Service 
Carried Arms in said Army, has submitted himself 
forced into the Rebel Service, has submitted 
Carried Arms with the Rebels, deserted them in 

February 1745 
forced by the Rebels to Carry Arms, has submitted 

himself 
was very active in raising men for the Rebels, has 

submitted 
forced out by the Rebels, has submitted 
Carried Arms with the Rebels, but has submitted 

himself 
Acted as Serjeant in the Rebel Army 
Collected the Cess & Excise for the Rebels 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in said Army being forced 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 



Where they now are. 



not known. 

not known. 

not known. 

not known. 

at his own house. 

at home. 

Prisoner, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

not known. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

w^ Glenbucket. 

at home, 
at home. 

Killed or Prisoner. 

Dead. 

at home. 

at home. 

Killed, 
at home. 



108 



LIST OF REBELS FKOM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Donald Fleming 




Miln Ach- 


per Information; seen 






dregnie 


in his wounds 
after Culloden 


John Fraser 




Balnakeil 


per Information 


James Ferguson 




Tomintoul 


per do. 


fforbes 




Ballandie. 




G. 
John Gordon 


of Cordregny 


Cordregny 


per Information 


Patrick Gordon 


Son to Ditto 


do. 


per do. 


Lewis Gordon 




Milnof Lagan 


per do. 


Alex' Grant 




Nether 
Clunie 


per do. 


John Gordon 


of Glen- 
bucket 


St. Bridget 


Noture in the Country 


David Gordon 


of Kirkhill 


Dalavoier 


Noture in the Country 


John Gordon 


Son to Glen- 
bucket 


Achreachan 


Noture in the Country 


Thomas Gordon 


of Fodder- 
liter 


Fodderliter 


per Information 


Will" Gordon 


Grandson to 
Glenbucket 


Achreachan 


per do. 


John Grant 


oflnverlochy 


Inverlochy 


per do. 


James Gordon 




Auchluanie 


per do. 


John Gordon 


of Minmore 


Minmore 


per do. 


Alex' Gordon 




Refrish 


per do. 


Will°» Grant 


of Blairfinde 


Blarfinde 


per do. 


John Grant 


Son to Blar- 
finde 


do. 


per do. 


Alex' Grant 




Logan of 
Blarfinde 


per do. 


James Grant 




do. 


per do. 


David Grant 


Son to Blar- 


Blarfinde 


per do. 




finde 


• 




John Grant 




Loanbeg 


Noture in the Country 


John Gordon 




Clashmore 


per Information 


Alex' Grant 


Brother to 
Nevie. 




Noture in the Country 


John Grant 


of Deskie 


Deskie 


per Information 



ELGINE BJSTRICF— Continued. 



109 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms Sc was at Culloden Battle 



Forced out into Arms by the Rebels 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Array 

Forced by the Rebels to Carry Arms in their Service 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, submitted himself 
Carried Arms in do. has submitted himself 
Carried Arms & Collected the Cess for the Rebels 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army in the Character 

of an Officer 
Major-General in the Rebel Army & was very active 

in pressfif & Recruiting men 
A Lieutenant in the Rebel Army 
Raised men for the Rebels, took the name of Co^^ 

but was not above a Week with them 
was a Captain in the Rebel Army under Influence of 

Glenbucket said to be 
was a Captain in the Rebel Army 

was Adjutant in said Army 

ane Officer in said Army 

a Rebel Captain, beheaved discreetly & protected 

the houses of S'" Henry Innes & sev^* Ministers 
was Lieut enat in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in said Army & has submitted to the 

King's mercy 
Lieutenant in said Army but deserted 

Lieutenant in said Army 

£nsign in said Rebel Army, submitted himself 
was an Officer of the Rebels 

was Ensign in said Army 

was also Ensign in said Army, has submitted himself 

Ensign in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms as a private, submitted to the King's 
mercy 



Where they now are. 



at home. 



at home, 
at home, 
at home. 



at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

In the hills. 

Dead. 

at Achreachan. 



in Badenoch. 
at home. 

Inverlochy. 

Kill'd. 

no Residence. 

at home, 
at home. 

not known. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home. 

Kiird. 
at home. 
Kill'd. 

at home. 



110 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Alex' Grant 


SontoDeskie 


Deskie 


* 


John Grant 


Son to Ditto 


Deskie 




John Gordon 


Son to Foder- 
leter 


Foderleter 


Noture in the Countr] 


George Gordon 


Son to Ditto 


do. 




Charles Grant 


a Deserter 


Tomdonach 




William Gordon 




Dell 


per Information 


John Grant 


Weaver 


Tombreck 


per Information 


Rob^ Gauld alias 




Ruthven 


per do. 


M'Pherson 








Alex' Gow 




do. 


per Information 


Pat^^ Grant 
John Gordon 
George Gordon 




Inshnakap 
Inshnakap 
Newtoun 


per do. 
per do. 
per do. 


John Gordon 




Loynavere 


per do. 


William Grant 




Findran 


per do. 


M' W"» Grant 
William Grant 


a popish Priest 


Balivaler 
Tomintowle 


per do. 
per do. 


George Gordon 
Wm°» Roy Grant 




do. 
Balnakeill 


per do. 
per do. 


Donald Grant 




Easter 


per Information 


Don** Gibenach 




Galurg 
Delavoiar 


per do. 


Peter Grant 




do. 


per do. 


Grigor Grant 




do. 


per do. 


Donald Gordon 




do. 


per do. 


James Grant 




Dalnabo 


per do. 


Thomas Gauld 




Auchlounie 


per do. 


William Grant 




Foderleter 


per do. 


Peter Grant 




Do. Wester 


per do. 



ELGINE mSTRICT—Contimud. 



Ill 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



was an Ensign in the Rebel Army 
was a private man in the said Army 
was an Officer in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, submitted to the 

King's mercy 
Lieutenant in the Rebel Army 
a Serjeant in said Army^ forced out^ & submitted 

himself 
Carried Arms in said Army but deserted & submitted 

himself 
private man in said Army, Insulted the country 

people 
also a private man in said Army & Insulted the 

country people 
Forced out with the Rebels, has submitted himself 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, has submitted 
was a private man in said Army & has submitted 

himself 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in ditto Army, Submitted 
Directing the Rebels 
a Private man in the Rebel Service, Forced out, has 

submitted 
a Private man in said Service 
a private man in the said Service, has submitted to 

the King's mercy 
Carried Arms, a private man in s^ Rebel Army, 

forced out, has submitted 
was a private in the Rebel Army, forced out & has 

submitted himself 
Carried Arms as a private man, being forced out, 

has submitted 
was a private man in Rebel Army, being forced out, 

has submitted 
Carried Arms in said Army, has submitted to the 

King's mercy 
Carried Arms in said Army, has submitted 
Carried Arms in said Army being forced thereto, has 

submitted 
Carried Arms in said Army, has submitted 
was a Serjeant in said Army & a Recetter of 

Plunder, has submitted himself 



Where they now are. 



at home, 
at home. 
Dead. 

at home. 

in the Hills, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
not knovni. 

Prisoner, 
at home. 
Balivaler. 
at home. 

Killed, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

Kiird. 

at home, 
at home. 

at home, 
at home. 



112 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


John Grant 


Merchant 


Tomintoul 


per Information 


Lewis Grant 


Son to W«n 
Grant 


Little Neive 


per do. 


William Grant 


Servant 


Clagan 


per do. 


John Grant 




Tamavelan 


per do. 


John Grant 




Upper Dnim- 
min 


per do. 


James Gordon 




Croft of Min- 
more 


per do. 


William Gordon 




Glenrines 


per do. 


Ja» Gauldie^ Jun^ 




Pitchash 


per do. 


Alex' Gordon 




Backside of 
Clashnaver 


per do. 


Robert Gordon 




NetherClash- 
naver 


per do. 


Alex' Grant 




Calier 


per do. 


Neil Grant 




Tomahanan 


per do. 


Lewis Gaw 




Knock of 
Achnhoil 


per do. 


Tho» Gibenach 




Skala 


per do. 


John Gauld 




Achnagara 


per do. 


Alex' Gauld 




do. 


per do. 


Peter Grant 




Gaulurg 


per do. 


William Grant 


Son to Angus 


sometime in 


per do. 




Grant 


Tamvilan 




Will°» Grant 




Gaulurg 


per do. 


Ishmael Gordon 


Servant 




per do. 


Lodovick Gordon 


Merchant 


Elgine 


Inf. fm. Rodk Mer- 
chant, Ex. Officer, 

Elgine 


Will" Grant 


Wright 


Windyhills 


from W"» Porter do. 
at Findhom 


John Gray 


Servant 


Jromside 


from do. 


Alex' Grant 


Writer 


Inverness 


from Arch^ Graham 
before mentioned 


James Gordon 


Messenger at 


Kingussie 


from Ja^ Brown at 




Arms 


Boat 


Ruthven 


Alex' Grant 


(farmer 


Croftbain 


Information from do. 


John Grant 


do. 


do. 


per do. from do. 



ELGINE BISTRICF— Continued. 



113 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, has submitted 
Carried Arms in said Army & was at Spoiling 

Cullen house, has submitted 
was a private man in said Army 
was also a private man in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms as a private man or Serjeant in said 

Army, submitted 
Carried Arms as a private man 

Carried Arms as a private man 
Carried Arms as a private man 
Carried Arms as do. active in Plundering Cullen 

house, etc. was forced out 
was Serjeant in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms as a private man in said Army 
Carried Arms as do. in said Army, but forced out 
was a private man in the Rebel Army, was forced 

was a private man in said Army 
was a private man in said Army 
was forced out by the Rebels to carry Arms, has 

submitted himself 
was forced out into the Rebellion & Twice deserted 
Served as a Soldier in the Rebel Army & was active 

in plundering the Country 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Horse, was in the 

Rebellion, 1715 

was a Lieutenant in said Army & Enlisted men 

Carried Arms in said Army as a Volunteer 
was a Captain in said Army 

Prompted out people into the Rebellion & dis- 
charged the Min^ for praying for his Majesty 
Carried Arms & was very active, but said to be forced 
Carried Arms & was very active in his Station, but 
said to be forced out 



Where they now are. 



at home, 
not known. 

not knownl 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home, 
not known. 

at home. 
Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 

Lurking, 
not known. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home. 



H 



114 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


H. 
Tho" Hutcheson 


Merch* 


Elgine 


Inf. from Roderick 
Merchant 


Alex"" Hendrie 


Farmer 


Dykeside 


from John M'Allum 


Tho« Houston 


do. 


Drummy- 


from M' Grant 


1 




ample 




I. 
Innes 


Wright 


Coltfield 


from M' Porter at 
Findhom 


Alex' Innes 




Balmdrowan 


per Information 


John Innes 




do. 


per do. 


Robert Innes 




West Foder- 
leter 


per do. 


K. 








John Kennedy 


Servant 


Daskie 


per Information 


Lodovick Kay 


Gentleman 


Ironside 


Inf. from Porter Ex. 
Officer 


L. 








Alex' Leigh 


Wigmaker 


Elgine 


per Inform, from M' 
Merchant 


Chas. Lesslie 


Brother to 
Findracy 


Findracy 


per do. 


Will" Logie 


Porter 


Elgine 


per do. 


Will°» Lindsay 




Girchley 


per Information 


Will«» Lamb 




Achnhoyle 


per do. 


M. 
John M'Kenzie 


Chyrurgeon 


Elgin 


Inf. from M' Mer- 
chant 


Will°» M^Kenzie 


Residenter 


do. 


By do. 


Peter Matthew 


Farmer 


Blervie 


from And^ Ross Ex. 
Officer Forress 


Alex' Man 


Son to Ja" 
Man Farmer 


Grange 


from do. 


John M'Arthur 


Brewer 


Inverness 


from M' Graham 



ELGINE BISTRICr-Coniinued. 



115 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they now are. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 


Lurking. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said Army 
was Adjutant and Paymaster in said Army 


Lurking, 
not known. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer with the Rebels 


Skulking. 


Forced out to carry Arms by the Rebels^ deserted 

them in February 1745 
Forced out as above, deserted the 10^ of April 1746 
Forced out by the Rebels to carry Arms^ nas sub- 
mitted himself 


at home. 

at home, 
at home. 


Carried Arms as a private man in the Rebel Army 
Acted as an Officer in the Rebel Army 


at home, 
not known. 


Active in prompting others to go into the Rebellion 


at home. 


Recruited for the Rebels & Robed the Country of 

Arms (& was very active at Channery 
was very [active] in giving Intelligence to the Rebels 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in said Army, has submitted himself 


at Findracy. 

Lurking, 
at home, 
at home. 


Served as Surgeon in the Rebel Army & was very 

active 
Carried Arms in said Army, deluded by David TuUoch 
Carried Arms as a Volunteer with the Rebels 


said to be at 

Edin'. 
Lurking, 
not known. 


Carried Arms as do. in the said Army 


Lurking. 


Carried Arms with the Rebels & went with them 
into England 


Prisoner at Car- 
lisle. 



116 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Don<^ M'Donald 


Brewer 


Inverness 


Seen in Arms by M' 
Graham 


Gillice M'Bain 


Brewer 


Dalmagarrie 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Lauch'^ M'Intosh 


Merchant 


Inverness 


Seen in Arms by M' 
Finlay 


John M'Lean 


Writer 


do. 


Seen by M' Grant 


Alex' M'Donald 


Residenter 


do. 


Seen by do. 


John M'Javis 


of Gartenbeg 


Strath errick 


Seen by do. 


Alex' M'Javish 


Gartenbeg's 
Brother 


do. 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Alex' M'Gillavrae 


of Dimma- 
glass 


Dimmaglass 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Alex' M'lntosh 


Taxman of 
Elrig 


Elrig 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Alex' M'Gillawray 


Taxman 


Petty 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Rob* M'Gillawray 


Farmer 


do. 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Arch** M'Gillawray 


Brother to 
said Robert 


do. 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Angus Mcintosh 


of Pharr 


Pharr 


Seen by do. 


Simon Mcintosh 


Son to Tho^ 
Mcintosh 


Daviot 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Roderick Mitchell 


Shoemaker 


Fort Au- 


by Information from 






gustus 


do. 


John McLaren 


Vintiner 


do. 


by do. 


Don<* M'Donald 


of Lochgarry 


Culachy 


seen by do. 


Don^ M'Donald 


of Scot^s 


Scotas 


By Informa*** from 

do. 
By do. 


Angus McDonald 


Greenfield 


Gariolock 


Ronald M'Donald 


Shian 


Shian 


By do. 


John M'Donald 


of Amabee 


Amabee 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Ronald McDonald 


Brother to 
Amabell 


do. 


By Inform, from do. 


Alex' McDonald 


Octera 


Octer 


By do. 


Allan M'Donald 


Son to the 
I<aird of 
Leek 


Leek 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Alex' McDonald 


do. 


do. 


do. 



ELGINE BlSTBlCr— Continued. 



117 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



was u pensioner of Chelsea^ but carried Arms as 

Lieu* in the Rebel Army 
was Major in the Rebel Army & very active in his 

Station 
a Lieu* Coll. and Enlisted many men 

was an officer in said Army & served voluntarly 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said Army 

was an officer in the Rebel Army & at the Battle of 

Falkirk 
was an officer in said Army & active in forcing men 

into that Service 
was a Collonel in said Army & very active^ said to 

be forced out by Lady Mcintosh 
was a Captain in said Army 

was Captain in said Army^ very active in his Station 

was an Officer in said Army 

was an Officer in said Army^ Voluntarly engaged 

a Captain in said Army 8c very active, said to be 

forced by Lady Mcintosh 
Instructed in the Excise, was an officer in the 

Rebel Army 
Carried Arms, was very active in plundering 

Carried Arms & active in plundering 

was once Lieu* in Lord Loudon's Regim*, accepted 
of a Coll'" Comiss" from the Rebels 

was a Captain in the Rebel Service & Levied the 
Cess for them 

was also a Captain in said Service, assisted in 
Levying the Cess 

was a Captain in said Army, also assisted in Levy- 
ing the Cess 

was Captain in said Army & very active in his Station 

was an Officer in the Rebel Army & active in 
Levying the Cess 

a Captain in said Army & active in Levying do. 

had an Officer's Commission in said Army, was very 
active 

was a Rebel Officer 8c very active 



Where they now are. 



not known. 

kill'd. 

not known. 

Lurking, 
not known, 
not known. 

not known. 

kill'd. 

Lurking. 

killed, 
kill'd. 
not known. 

kill'd. 

not known. 

not known. 

not known. 
Lurking. 

kill'd. 

not known. 

not known. 

not known, 
not known. 

not known, 
not known. 

not known. 



118 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Donald McDonald 


Lundee 


Lundee 


Seen in Arms by M' 
Grant 


Dond M'Donald 


Son to do. 


do. 


do. 


Alex"" M'Donald 


Servant 


Forth Augus- 
tus 
Laggan 


do. 


Alex"" M'Donald 


Vintiner 


Infor. from do. 


Angus M'Bear 


Fanner 


Faillie 


Seen in Arms by Dan^ 
M'Laren^ Excise 
Officer at Inverness 


Gillies M'Bear 


do. 


Bananghten 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Duncan Mcintosh 


do. 


Drummond 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Donald M'Bean 


do. 


Auldaury 


By Infor. from do. 


Gillies M'Bean 


Servant 


do. 


Seen in Arms by do. 


John M'Bean 


do. 


do. 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Evan M'Pherson 


of Clunie 


Clunie 


Seen in Arms by Ja« 
Brown as men^ 


MThereon, Jun' 


Farmer 


Delwhiny 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Lewis M'Pherson 


do. 


Delrady 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Malcon MTherson 


Sen^ofPhoy- 


Phoyness 


Seen in Arms by do. 


John MTherson 


ness 
Elridge 


Elridge 


Seen in Arms by do. 


M'Pherson 


ofStrathmasy 


Strathmassy 


Seen in Arms by do. 


John M'Pherson 


Farmer 


Gawamore 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Donald M'Pherson 


do. 


Brachachy 


Seen in Arms by do. 


And^ M'Pherson 


Jun^ of Ban- 
achar 


Banachar 


Seen in Arms by do. 


John M'Pherson 


Farmer 


Pitachuran 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Hugh M'Pherson 


do. 


Coraldy 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Evan M'Pherson 


do. 


Lagan of Nood 


By Information from 

do. 
Seen in Arms by Ja* 


Lauchlan M'Pherson 


Jun'ofStrath- 


Strathmashie 




mashie 




Brown, Ex. Off, 
Ruthven 


Kenneth M'Pherson 


Merchant 


Ruthven 


do. 


Dond M*Pherson 


do. 


do. 


do. 


I^uch<^ M'Pherson 


Farmer 


Pitmain 


do. 


Angus MTherson 


do. 


Flichaty 


do. 


Mai DowM'Pherson 


do. 


Ballachroan 


do. 



ELGINE DISTRICT— Continued. 



119 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



was a Captain of the Rebels & active in Levying 

the Cess 
An Officer in the Rebel Army 8c active in his Station 
Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 

was an Officer in said Army, Levied the Cess 

an Officer in said Army^ was at the Battle of Falkirk 



an Officer in the Rebel Army, forced out by Major 

M'Bean & was at Falkirk Battle 
an Officer in said Army, was at the Battle of Cullo- 

den, forced out by Lady Mcintosh 
was Storekeeper at Aldaury for the Rebels & very 

active in serving them 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ & was very active 
also carried Arms in said Army 
was a Captain in Lord Loudon's Reg^, became a 

Coll. in the Rebel Army & forced out others by 

burning &c. 
was a Lieu^ Collonel of the Rebels & very active 
acted as a Major in the Rebel Army & was active in 

his Station 
was a Captain in said Army 

was a Lieutenant in said Army 

was a Captain in said Army 

was also a Captain in the Rebel Army 

was Captain in said Army & active in his Station 

Captain in said Army & very active 

was an Officer in said Rebel Army 

was an Officer in said Army 

was an Officer in said Rebel Army 

an Officer in the Rebel Army 



an Officer in said Army^ in Edinburgh Castle 
Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms & was active in his Station 
Carried Arms in said Army & very active^ said to be 
Carried Arms in said Army & was active 



Where they now are. 



not known. 

not known, 
not known. 

not known. 
Kill'd. 



not known. 

not known. 

not known. 

not known, 
not known, 
not known. 



not known, 
not known. 

not known. 

not known, 
not known, 
not known, 
not known, 
not known. 

not known, 
not known, 
not known. 

not known. 



Prisoner. 
Lurking. 
Lurking, 
at home, 
at home. 



ISO 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


W» MTherson 


Farmer 


Ringussie 


Seen in Arms by Ja» 
Brown, Ex. OflF^, 
Ruthven 


Alex^ M'Pherson 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Alex^ M'Queen 


Smith 


Brae Ruthven 


do. 


Don* Monro 


Farmer 


Ruthven 


By Information from 
do. 


W*" M'Pherson 


Wigmaker 


do. 


By do. 


John M'Pherson 


Farmer 


Cluny 


Seen in Arms by do. 


Alex' M'Pherson 


do. 


Blarchy beg 


do. 


W» M'Pherson 


do. 


Cato big 


By Information from 
do. 


Patk M'Alpin 




Gaulurg 


By Information 


Kenneth M'Kenzie 


Servant 


Dell 


per do. 


John M'Evan 




Balacherach 


per do. 


George Martin 




Tomachlagan 


per do. 


John M'Kenzie 




Ruthven 


per do. 


Angus McDonald 


Servant 


Camdelmore 


per do. 


Alex' Martin 




do. 


per do. 


Evan M'Grigor 




do. 


per do. 


Wrn^ Miller 




Inshnkep 


per do. 


James M'Willie 


Servant 


Cruchley 


per do. 


David M'Willie 




Achraehan 


per do. 


John MTerson 




do. 


per do. 


W° M'Grigor 




Findran 


per do. 


Peter McDonald 




Tomintowl 


per do. 


John M 'Allan 




do. 


per do. 


John M'Donald 




Redorach 


per do. 


Grigor M'Grigor 




Loipuom 


per do. 


Malcom M'Grigor 




Auchnahayl 


per do. 


John M'Grigor 




Wester Gau- 
lurg 
do. 


per do. 


John M'Gurman 




per do. 



ELGINE DlSTRICr— Continued. 



ISl 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where they now are. 



Carried Arms in said Army & was active in his 
Station 

Carried Arms in said Army & was active 
was a Quarter Master in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Service 

was aiding & assisting to the Rebels 

Carried Arms in Rebel Service & was active in his 

Station 
Carried Arms with the Rebels 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

was an Ensign in said Army 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army^ was forced out^ has sub- 
mitted to Royal Mercy 

Forced out to carry Arms by the Rebels^ has sub- 
mitted himself 

Carried Arms with the Rebels^ has submitted himself 

Carried Arms in Rebel Service 

Carried Arms with the Rebels & is either 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Deserted from the King's Army & carried Arms 
with the Rebels 

Carried Arms^ was active in plundering the country 
has submitted 

Carried Arms^ was active in plundering, has sub- 
mitted himself 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Forced by the Rebels to carry Arms 

Forced by the Rebels to carry Arms^ has submitted 
himself 

Forced by the Rebels to carry Arms^ has submitted 
himself 

Forced by the Rebels to cany Arms^ has also sub- 
mitted 

Forced by the Rebels to carry Arms^ has submitted 
himself 

Forced out by do. to cany Arms^ has submitted 

arried Arms in the Rebel Army^ has submitted 



at home. 



at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home, 
at home. 

at home. 
Dead. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

Pris^ or Dead. 

at home. 

Braes of Glenlivat 

not known. 

in the Glens. 

Milton of Achra- 

chan. 
Kill'd. 
at home, 
at home. 

Prisoner. 

Loyn Com. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 



ISS 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Malcom M'Grigor 




Easter Gau- 
lurg 


By Information 


Don* M'Donald 




Balintom 


per do. 


Alex^ M'Donald 




Dalnabo 


per do. 


John M'Pherson 




Foderleter 


per do. 


Alex' M'Grar 




do. 


per do. 


George Millne 




Croft of In- 
verlochy 


per do. 


John M'Intosh 


• 


East Inver- 
oury 


per Information 


John M'Donald 




Achrachan 


per do. 


John M*Kenzie 


Merchant 


Dalmore 


per do. 


Alex' M'Lea 




Upper Dounan 


per do. 


John M'Kenzie 




Aldinlon 


per do. 


Will°» M'Robie 




Morings 


per do. 


Will*" M'Adam 


Son to John 
M'Adam 


Shanoal 


Noture in the Country 


Rob* M'Lea 


Son to John 
M'Lea 


CouU 


per Information 


James M'Lea 


Servant 


Carloch 


per do. 


Wai"" M'Robie 




Tormachork 


per do. Noture in 
the Country 


John M'Lea 




Clagan 


per Information 


Dun M*Willie 




East Corrie 


per do. 


Rob* M'Donald 


Merch* 


Tarravan 


per do. 


Will*" M'Donald 


Taylor 


do. 


per do. 


Alex' McDonald 


Servant 


Minmore 


per do. 


James Middleton 




Ballandie 


per do. 


Alex' M'Grigor 




Inverachan 


|)er do. 


Alex' Muir 




East Pitchash 


per do. 

a 


James M'Donald 




Inveraven 


per do. 


Peter More 




Knockindo 


per do. 

a 


Angus M' Donald 


Servant to 


Pitchash 


per do. 


Alex' M'Alister 




Tamavilan 


per do. 


Thomas M'Pherson 


Servant 


Aiknarow 


per do. 


Rob* M'kay 




Nether Clas- 
hoer 


ft 

per do. 


Alex' M'Grigor 




Balachnockan 


per do. 



ELGINE BlSTRlCr— Continued. 



1S3 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Forced out under Arms by the Rebels^ has submitted 
himself 

Forced by the Rebels to carry Arms in their Service 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Service^ has submitted 

Carried Arms in said Service but forced^ has sub- 
mitted himself 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ but forced^ has 
submitted 

Carried Arms in said Army being compell'd^ has 
submitted himself 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army^ has submitted himself 
Carried Arms in said Army^ has submitted himself 
Carried Arms as a Serjeant in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms as a private man in said Army 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Forced out by the Rebels to their Service but 

deserted in Sept' 1745 
Carried Arms with the Rebels as a private man 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army as a private man 
Carried Arms in said Army^ has submitted himself, 

keeping Cattle 
Forced out to carry Arms by the Rebels but deserted 
Forced out, has submitted 
Carried Arms with the Rebels^ was at the Rifeling 

Cullen house^ submitted 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ has submitted 

himself 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms & was very active in plundering 

the country 
was Serjean in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Forced out into the Rebel Service 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
was Serjeant in said Army & active in Robing the 

Country 
Carried Arms in said Rebel Army & was active in 

plundering 



Where they now are. 



at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

Middle Dounan. 

Kill'd. 

Killed. 

at home. 

at home. 

Braes of Glenlivat 

in the Glens, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

skulking. 

in the Braes. 

Dead. 

Left the countiy. 

at home. 

Pitchasch 

Left the Country. 

Left the Country. 

at home. 

Badenoch. 

at home. 

at home. 



1S4 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Geo. M'Lauchlane 




Calur 


per Information 


John M'kay 


Merchant 


Balno 


per do. 


Angus M'Donald 


Servant 


Tamahanan 


per do. 


Paul M'Pherson 




St. Skola 


per do. 


John Michie 




West Ach. 
wauh 


per do. 


Allan M'Lea 




Badiglashean 


Noture in the Country 


John More 




Askimore 


per Information 

a 


John More^ Jun^ 




do. 


per do. 


John M'Lauchlan 




Badivochal 


per do. 


Coll M'Donald 




do. 


per do. 


James M'Donald 




do. 


per do. 


Wilhain M*Lea 




Souie 


per do. 


Geo. M'Donald 




Nether Ach- 


per do. 


John Mensat 


Weaver 


dregnie 
Achdregnie 


per do. 


James M'donald 




Middle Ach- 


per do. 

a 


W"» M'Angus 
Allan McDonald 
Alex' M'Pherson 




dregnie 
Letoch 
Dalmloyn 
Milton of 

Achrachan 


per do. 
per do. 
per do. 


Will°» M'Hardie 




Glen above 
Achrachan 


per do. 


N. 








Alex. Nicolson 




Inveravon 


per Information 


P. 
Will" Paton 




Tomintowl 


per Information 
Seen in Arms by 


John Perrie 




Elgine 








Alex"" Dallas 


R. 








Hugh Ross 


Turner 


Elgine 


Seen in Arms by M' 
Dallas 



ELGINE BISTRICF— Continued. 



lis 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Forced out by the Rebels & carried Arms^ has sub- 
mitted himself 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Compelled by the Rebels to carry Arms^ has sub- 
mitted 

Carried Arms with the Rebels^ has submitted 

a private man in the Rebel Army but deserted & 

never joined again 
Carried Arms in said Army^ has submitted himself 
was in Arms with the Rebels & carried home a great 

deal of plunder 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 
was compelled by the Rebels to carry Arms with 

them 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, was at plundering 

Cullen house 
Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in said Army but said to be forced 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 



Where they now are. 



Carried Arms in said Rebel Army 



Carried Arms in said Rebel Army, said to be forced 
Carried Arms as a volunteer in said Army 



Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 



at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home. 

Prisoner. 
Prisoner, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

Nether Achrachan. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 



Left the Country. 



Pris"- or kill'd. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 



196 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Rob^Ross 


Kirkbeddal 


Kirkhill 


from M' M'Callam 


Alex' Reid 


Servant 


Urquhart 


by Infor. from do. 


John Ross 


Farmer 


Forress 


Seen officiating by 
M' Dunbar 


John Rhind 


Brewer 


Findom 


from M' Porter 


Cha* Robertson 




Balmlagan 


per Information 


John Roy Stuart 




Tombreck 


per do. 


WiU°» Ross 




Ruthven 


per do. 


Donald Reoch^ Jun' 




Culmores 


per do. 


James Reoch 


Servant 


Camdelmore 


per do. 


Donald Reoch 




Eliet 


per do. 


Alex' Reoch 
Grigor Roy M'Grigor 




Galurg 
Dalnabo 


per do. 
per do. 


John Reoch 




West Foder- 
leter 


per do. 


John Rattray 
Peter Roy Grant 
John Roy Grant 




Balno 

Badiglashean 

Demickmore 


per do. 
per do. 
per do. 


Rob^ Ross 




Tamorlan 


per do. 


John Ross 


Servant 


Skalla 


per do. 


S. 
John Smith 


Carter 


Elgine 


Inform"* from M' 
Dallas 


William Stephen 


Merchant 


do. 


Do. from M' Merchant 


John Smith 


do. 


do. 


per do. 


Will°» Smith 


Farmer 


Ortoun 


per do. from M' 
M<Callum 


Will°» Smith 


Skinner 


Forress 


per do. from M' 
Dunbar 


James Syme 


Smith 


Inverness 


per do. from M' 
Graham 


James Shaw 


Servant 


Moy 


Seen in Arms per do. 



ELGINE DISTRICT— Continued. 



127 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Volunteer in the Rebel Army^ said to be imposed 
upon when drunk 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said Army^ now in 
Banffshire 

Carried Arms^ was keeper of a Magazine for the 
Rebels & very active 

Informed of proper places & assisted in plundering 
at Findom 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ submitted him- 
self & 

Forced by the Rebels to carry Arms^ has submitted 

(Forced by Do. to carry Arms^ has submitted 

Carried Arms with the Rebels 

Carried Arm in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army being forced 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army being forced 

A Deserter from the King's Army, was a Serjeant 
in Rebel Army & a plunderer 

Carried Arms being forced & has submitted 

was Compelled by the Rebels to carry Arms 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Forced to carry Arms by the Rebels, submitted 

himself 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Carried Aims in said Army, has submitted himself 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & was very active 

Remarkable for Billating the Rebels on persons well 

affected to the Go verm* 
Acted as Store Master for the Rebels 
Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said Army 

Met the Rebels 2 miles off. Informed of L^ 
Loudon's Retreat & received a Crown from Lord 
Kilmarnock for conducting them to Inverness 

Was an Officer in said Rebel Army & at the Battle 
of Falkirk 



Where they now are. 



Lurking. 
Lurking, 
not known, 
not known. 



at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home. 

at home, 
at home. 



at home, 
at home. 
Lurking. 

not known. 

at home. 

not known. 



128 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


John Stuart 


Late Baillie 


Inverness 


Inform" from M"^ 
Finlay 


Hugh Stuart 


Gardner 


Fort Augustus 


per do. from M' 
Grant 


Alex*" Stuart 


Taxman of 
the Excise 


Tamavilan 


from the Country 


William Stuart 




Bregach 


per Information 


Alex' Stuart alias 




Upper Ach- 


per do. 


Derg 




lichny 




Don* Stuart 




Ruthven 


per do. 


John Stuart 




Glenconles 


per da 


Don^ Stuart 




do. 


per do. 


Pat*^ Stuart 


Servant 


Cruchly 


per do. 


Allan Stuart 




Newtoun 


per do. 


John Stuart 




Findran 


per do. 

a 


Don^ Stuart 




do. 


per do. 


Don^ Stuart 




Auchnahayl 


per do. 


John Stuart 




Terbain 


per do. 


Rob^ Smith 




Inverury 


per do. 


John Stuart 




East do. 


per do. 


James Stuart 




do. 


per do. 


Rob^ Stuart 




Dounan 


Noture in the Country 


John Stuart 




Tamavilan 


per Information 

a 


John Stuart, Jun^^ 




Baluhnockan 


per do. 


Will"* Stuart 




Clashnaver 


per do. 


W\]\^ Stuart 




West Achi- 
vaich 


per do. 


John Stuart 




Achnascra 


per do. 


And^ Smith 




do. 


per do. 


James Stuart 




do. 


per do. 


Rob* Stuart 




Badivochal 


per do. 


Peter Stuart alieu 




do. 


per do. 


Dow 








George Stuart 




do. 


per do. 


Don^ Stuart alias 




Glack 


per do. 


Dow 








John Stuart alias 




Upper Ach- 


per do. 


M'Yoak 




dregnie 




John Stuart alias 




do. 


per do. 


Dow 









ELGINE DISTRICT— Continwd. 



1S9 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



a Volunteer in said Rebel Army & very active, now 

at Newtoun 
Carried Arms, threatened to kill John Grant, 

Officer of Excise 
was Ensign in the said Rebel Army 

was a Captain in said Army & active in raising men 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, forced out, has 
submitted 

Carried Arms & was at the Riffling CuUen house 

Carried Arms being compelled by the Rebels 

was a Rebel Hussar at the Spoiling of Cullen house 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Forced to carry Arms in said Army, thrice deserted 

Compelled by the Rebels to carry Arms 

Carried Arms in said Rebel Army 

Forced to carry Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms with the Rebels 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms as a private man in said Army 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army & active in plundering 
the Country 

Carried Arms, being forced out, has submitted 

Carried Arms, being forced out, has submitted him- 
self 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army being forced, has 
submitted 

was Compelled to cany Arms by the Rebels, has 
submitted 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 
Carried Arms in said Army 

Carried Arms in said Army 

Forced by the Rebels into their Service but deserted 



Where they now are. 



Mid Lothian, 
not known. 

no Residence. 

in the Hills, 
at home. 

at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
not known, 
not known, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home, 
killed, 
at home, 
at home, 
at home. 
Prisoner 
at home. 

at home, 
at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 
Dead. 

at home. 

at home. 



130 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Cause of Knowledge. 


Lewis Stuart 
Rob* Stuart 
Allan Stuart 
John Stuart 


Servant to 


Balachnockan 
Glenbuckat 
Gaulurge 
Delavoiar 


per Information 
per do. 
per do. 
per do. 


T. 
M' John Tyrie 

Duncan Turner 


a Popish 
Priest 


Clashnaver 
Culmore 


Universally known 
per Information 


William Turner 




Middle Dou- 


per do. 


WU1» Taylor 
James Torry 

Rob* Taylor 


Dyster 
do. 


nan 
Crachly 
Elgine 

do. 


per do. 

Infor. from M'^ Mer- 
chant 
per do. 


Peter Taylor 

Rob* Tulloch 

James Taylor alias 
Robertson 


Farmer 

Bugtoun 

(farmer 


Bumside 
Bugtoun 
Pitmain 


Seen p. M' M'Callum 
Enlisting men 

Seen in Arms by M' 
Dunbar 

Seen in Arms by M"" 
Brown 


W. 








Tho« Watson 

W°» Urquhart 

Kenneth Urquhart 
Alex' Williamson 


Servant 
Cooper 


Elgine 

Brae Ruthven 

Upper Cults 
Croft of Min- 


Seen acting by M"^ 

Dallas 
Seen in Anns by M*" 

Brown 
per Inforraat** 
Noture in the Coun« 






more 


try 



ELGINE DISTRICT— Corainued. 



131 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms as a Serjeant in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms as a private man 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in said Army^ being forced 



was very active in raising men to go into the Re- 
bellion 

Carried Arms in Rebel Service, has submitted him- 
self 

Carried [Arms] in said Service 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, has submitted 
Carried Arms in said Army Voluntarly 

Prompting others to go into Rebellion, said to have 
fled 

a Captain & engaged many men in the Rebel Ser- 
vice 

Carried Arms as a Lieu^ of Hussars 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & was very active 



Where they now are. 



at home, 
not known. 
KiU'd. 
at home. 



Acted as a Drummer in the Rebel Army voluntarly 

Carried Arms in said Army, was very active 

Carried Arms in said Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in said Army, has submitted himself 



at home. 

at home. 

at home. 

at home. 
Lurking. 

Banffshire. 

about Banff lurk- 
ing, 
not known. 

at home. 



Lurking. 

at home. 

not known, 
at home. 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE 

BY MR. GEORGE FAIRHOLM, 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


A. 






Robert Anderson 


Younger of Whitburgh 


Whitburgh 


George Anderson^ Jun** 


Tanner 


Haddington 


John Anderson 


Joumyman Sadler 


do. 


John Anderson 


Wright 


Seton 


Robert Angus 


Salt Watchman 


West Pans 


B. 






John Berrie 
Barthol. Bower 


Extraordinary Salt Watch- 
man 

Precentor to the Non Jur* 
Meeting 


Prestonpans 
Haddington 


Alex*" Bouglass 


Miln Wright 


do. 


Thomas Black 


Glazier 


Mussleburgh 


Will°» Brown 


Salt Officer 


Preston pans 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
SUPERVISOR AT HADDINGTON. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



was one of the Rebel Gen} Quarter masters^ joined 
them before Preston Battle & conducted them to 
attack the Kmg's Army there the night before 
the Battle & continued with them all along till 
dispersed 

Joined the Rebels when they went for England^ 
got a Captain's Commiss'^ & was with them till 
the end 

Voluntarly joined the Rebels when they went to 
England 

Joined the Rebel Army after Preston & continued 
with them till after Culloden Battle 

Acted as Salt Officer & uplifted the Salt Duty for 
Behoof of the Rebels 



Acted as Salt Watchman for the Rebels while in 

this Country 
Carried Messages 8c Conmiissions for the Rebels & 

publickly Insulted the well affected to the 

Government 
was with the Rebels the most part of the Time 

they were in this Country but deserted them 

when they went to England 
was Serjeant in the Rebel Artillary & with them 

during the whole Rebellion 
Acted first as Officer & then as Collector of the 

Salt Duty under the Rebels but absconded on 

their going for England 



Where they now are. 



Lurking in the 
Country. 



Kill'd or Lurking. 



not known. 

fled this country. 

Continues a 
Watchman. 



at home, 
at home. 



at home. 



Killed or 
sconding. 
Prisoner. 



ab- 



134 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Walter Brodie 


Shoemaker 


Blance 


David Brodie 


Chaplain to Lady Blantyre 


Leadington 


Andrew Brown 


Baillie of the Regality 


Dalkeith 


C. 
Arch^ Corser 


Weaver 


Fisheraw 


Patrick Crombie 


Workman 


Haddington 


Cha" Crookshanks 


Extr. Salt Watchman 


Cockenzie 


Robert Crighton 


Salt Watchman 


do. 


James Cairns 


Extrordy Salt Watchman 


Prestonpans 


D. 






Charles Duncan 


Serv' to Dutchess of Gordon 


Prestonhall 


John Dick 
Hendry Davidson 


Flesher 
Mason 


Prestonpans 
Tranent 


James Dodds 


Tenent 


Setonhill 


Thomas Donaldson 


Schoolmaster 


Haddington 


John Denhame 


Gardner 


do. 


E. 






Arthur Elphingston 


Lord Balmerino 


Mountainhall 


James Elphingston 


Regality BailHe 


Dalkeith 



HADDINGTON DISTRICT— Contirmed. 



186 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where they now are. 



Joined the Rebel Army & gave Information upon 
the Neighbourhood of Conceal'd Arms 

Said to have carried Arms in the Rebel Service at 
the Battle of Preston 

Did conjunctly w^ J a" Elphinston levie upwards of 
50£ of Excise which was paid to the Rebels 
except a small Ballance which remains in the 
Clerks hands^ but was Compelled under pain of 
Military Execution 

Joined the Rebels^ went with them to England & 

deserted them on their Retreat from thence 
Joined the Rebels soon after Preston Battle & gave 

Information of Persons well affected to the 

Government 
Acted as Salt Watchman under the Rebels during 

their Abode in this country 
Acted as Salt Officer & Collector for the Rebels 

during their stay in this Country 
Did the same as Robert Crighton 



Went North before the Battle of Falkirk & Joined 

Lord Lewis Gordon's Core 
Joined the Rebels on their march for England 
was with the Rebels at Preston Battle in Elcho's 

Regiment^ went with them to England & there 

deserted 
Joined the Rebels in the Pretender's Son's Life 

Guards 
Acted as Salt Officer and uplifted the Duty for the 

Rebels 
Carried Arms at Preston Battle^ left the Rebels 

when they went to England 



Joined the Rebels & was with them during the 

whole Rebellion^ was also in the Rebellion 1715 & 

pardoned 

In Company with And'' Brown Collected 50£ of 

Excise for the Rebels^ being Compelled^ Witnes 

John Murray's Letter 



not known. 



Supposed at home. 
Dead. 



Lurking, 
not known. 

at home. 
Prestonpans. 
at home. 



none known. 

Prisoner at Edin^ 
the Neighbour- 
hood. 

said to be Pri- 
soner. 
Prisoner. 

at home. 



Prisoner at Lon- 
don. 

at home. 



186 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



F. 
Joseph Forbes 



John Finlayson 



H. 
Alex*" Henderson 



James Hay 



I. 
Charles Irvine 

K. 
Lauchlane King 



L. 
James Lesslie 

Alex' Lilly 

Robert Lindsay 

Charles Lauder 



John Lawrie 



Designations. 



Journyman Wright 



Salt Watchman 



portioner of Tranent 



Residenter in 



Residenter in 



Salt Watchman 



Abode. 



Haddington 



West pans 



Tranent 



Haddington 



Prestonpans 



Gentleman to the Dutchess 

of Gordon 
Journyman Wright 

Weaver 

Procurator 



Salt Watchman 



Edmonstoun ])ans 



Preston hall 
Haddington 

do. 

do. 

Prestonpans 



HADDINGTON DIS^BICT— Continued. 



137 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Joined the Rebels about the Time of Preston Battle 
and continued with them till dispers'd^ said to be 
Influenced by Joseph Robertson non jurant 
Minister at Haddington^ his uncle 

Acted as Salt Watchman for the Rebels during their 
stay in the Lothians 



Joined the Rebels^ conducted them the most ad- 
vantageous way through Tranent the night be[fore] 
Preston Battle^ for which he received a Guinea 
from Sullivan a Chief Commander ; he publickly 
Insulted the well affected in Tranent^ vaunted of 
his being a Serjeant of the Rebel Artillary^ and 
continued with them till dispers'd 

Joined the Rebel Army at Edinb'' & Continued with 
them till after the Battle of Falkirk 



Acted as Salt Officer and uplifted Dutie for the 
Rebels during their stay at Edinburgh 



Acted as Watchman under the Rebels during their 
stay in that part of the Countrey 



Went North before the Battle of Falkirk & Jom'd 

the Rebels under Lord Lewis Gordon 
Carried Arms with the Rebels & came to Haddington 

well mounted, supposed to be a Spye 
was a Volunteer with the Rebels at Preston Battle^ 

deserted when they went to England 
Acted as Salt Officer & Coll' for the Rebels^ said to 

have been with them at Perth before they came 

toEdin'' 
Continued in the exercise of his Office under the 

Rebels 



Where at present. 



not known. 



at home. 



Lurking & said to 
be got into 
England. 



not known. 



at home. 



at home. 



Lurking in Edin^ 
in Prison, 
at home, 
at home. 



at home. 



188 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



M. 
Rod^ M'kenzie 

William Mckenzie 
Will"* Mitchell 



P. 
Andrew Porteus 

Samuel Porteus 

Janet Primrose 



Rob* Penston 



R. 
Joseph Robertson 



Rob* Robertson 



Christ^ Ramsay 
John Riddell 



Thomas Redpath 



Designations. 


Abode. 


Timber Merchant 


Fisheraw 


Saltman 
do. 


Cockenzie 
do. 


of Bumfoot 


Bumfoot 


Salt Watchman 


Prestonpans 


Spouse to John Primrose 
Late Officer of Excise 


Dalkeith 


Gardner 


Tranent 


Non Juraiit Minister 


Haddington 



Brewer 



Labourer 



of Grange in Fife 



Salt Officer 



Ormiston 



Seton 
Inverask 

Prestonpans 



HADDINGTON DISTRICT— Continued. 



1S9 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Joined the Rebel Army at Edinburgh^ supposed to 

have continued with them till dispers'd 
Continued in the Exercise of his Office for the Rebels 

do. 



Joined the Rebels in the Pretender's Son's Life 
Guards at Edin' & continued with them till the end 

Continued in Exercise of his Office & uplifted the 
Dutie for the Rebels 

Ooss attended her Husband & the Rebels & up- 
lifted £l. 6. 5. of Excise from two Compounders 
in this District 

Assisted in Conducting the Rebels through Tranent 
the night before Preston Battle & gave them 
intelligence 



Aided & assisted the Rebels & influenced people to 
join them^ particularly George Andersqn and 
Joseph Forbes his own nephew before mentioned. 
He fdso sollicited the Pretender's Son the Monday 
after Preston Battle for an Order to preach in 
Haddington kirk^ who replied ' that was going on 
too fast.* 

The Day of Preston Battle Drank the Pretender s 
& his Son's healths by the names of King James 
& Prince of Wales^ & Success to their Arms^ 
Expressing his attachment to their Interest in 
the strongest manner & went several Times out 
with the Rebels and assisted in Robing the 
Country of Horses 

Went with the Rebels to England & continued 
with them till dispers'd 

Joined in the Pretender's son's Life Guards before 
Preston Battle & continued in the Service to the 
end 

Continued in the Exercise of his Office & uplifted 
the Duty for the Rebels, now employ'd as 
formerly & 



Where they now are. 



not known. 

at home, 
at home. 



Prisoner, 
at home, 
at 



at home. 



Prisoner. 



fled the Country, 
not known. 



at home. 



140 



LIST OF REBEUS FROM 



Names. ^ 


Designations. 


Abode. 


James Reid 
William Rannie 


Salt Watchman 
do. 


Cockenzie 
Prestonpans 


S. 






Andrew Sherriff 


Brewer & Maltster 


Prestonpans 


W"» Sinclair 


Salt Watchman 


do. 


T. 






Hector Thomson 


Salt Watchman 


Edmonston pans 


James Thomson 


Brewer & Maltster 


Dalkeith 


Arch<» Todd 


1 

Weaver 


Mussleburgh 


Thomas Todd 


Town Clerk 


do. 


V. 






Patrick Veitch 


Carter 


Elphingtoun 


John Waddell 


Ship Master 


Preston Pans 



HADDINGTON DISTRICT— Continual. 



141 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Continued in the exercise of his office for the Rebels 

do. 



Acted as Salt Officer and uplifted the Duty for the 

Rebels during their stay at £din' 
Continued in the Exercise of his Office for the 

Rebels 



Did Salt Officer s Duty & uplifted the money for 
the Rebels while they Continued there 

Went from Dalkeith with the Rebels in their way 
to England with a white Cockade & Tartan plaid, 
pretends he went in quest of a cart & horses 
which went off with the Rebel Baggage two Days 
before, but notwithstanding he assum'd the 
authority of one of their Officers & with a party 
extorted Victualls for himself & Horses without 
payment, particularly at the Laird of Kirkeant's 
and other places in Gallow water^ where & at 
Ginglekirk he assisted the Rebels in taking 
Horses, but deserted before they entered England 

Joined the Pretender's Son's Life Guards before 
they went for England & continued with them 
till dispers'd 

Collected the Excise in Mussleburgh and Fisheraw 
to the Extent of £66, l6sh. lid., & applied it in 
part paym^ of 250£ imposed by the Rebels on 
these places as a Contribution all at his own hand 
with[out] any authority 



Voluntarly engaged with the Rebels to drive their 
Carriages when they went to England and 
continued with them till their defeat at Culloden 

Acted as Salt Officer & uplifted the Duty for the 
Rebels during their stay at Prestonpans 



Where at present. 



at home, 
at home. 



Leith. 
at home. 



at home. 

at home 
since. 



ever 



Prisoner. 



at home. 



Lurking. 



at home. 



LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN 
THE BOARD BY MR. JAMES 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


B. 








Gavin Brown 


of Bishoptoun 


Millhead 


Nithsdale 


C. 








Will°» Carruthers 


Serv* to Kirkconnal 


Kirkconnal 


Kirkubright 
Stewartry 


D. 








Erskine Douglas 
Francis Douglas 


Surgeon ) 
Sailor J 


Hillhead i 


Annandale 
Stewartry 


H. 








John Henderson 


of Castlemains 


Castlemains 


do. 


I. 

Ja" Lesslie Johnston 
Andrew Johnston 
James Irvine, Jun*" 
Edw<* Irvine 


ofKnockhiU ) 
his eldest son ) 
of Gribton 
of Wysbie 


KnockhUl 

Gribton 
Wysbie 


do. 

Nithsdale 
Stewartry of 
Annandale 



THE REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO 
ROSS, SUPERVISOR AT DUMFRIES. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Attended the Pretender s Son at Dumfries with a 
white Cockade & gave him what assistance he 
could. 



Attended his Master in the Rebellion but left them 
in England 



C Brothers to Sir John Douglas of HOlhead^ Carried 
< Arms with the Rebels from the time that they 
(^ left Edin'' to their repassing the Forth 



Was committed at Carlisle for drinking Treasonable 
healths ; set at Liberty 8c made Jail Keeper by 
the Rebels on their getting possession of that 
place ; made his escape when his Royal Highness 
the Duke retook that City^ & now since the 
Battle of Culloden has been apprehended & is 



{ 



Carried Arms with the Rebels from the Time they 
left Edin"" till dispers'd 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Service 
Guided the Rebels & their Baggage from Eccle- 
fechan to Graitney on their way to Carlisle 



Where they now are. 



Kirkconnal. 



Lurking. 



Prisoner in Carlisle. 



} Lurking. 

not known, 
at home. 



144 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


John Irvine 


of Whitehill 


Whitehill 


Stewartiy of 
Annandale 


Will*" Johnston 


of Lockarby 


Whitewine- 
haws 


do. 


William Irvine 


of Gribton 


Gribton 


Kirkcud- 
bright 
Stewartiy 


M. 








James Maxwell 


of Kirkconnal 


Kirkconnal 


do. 


Will«" Maxwell 


of Carruchan 


Carruchad 


do. 


Will°» Maxwell 

Will°» Maxwell, Esq. 

Lady Katharine 
Maxwell 


son to James Maxwell 

of Bamcleugh 
Called Earl of Niths- 

dale 
Spouse to the above 

Will°» Maxwell 


Dumfries 
Terragles 
do. 


Nithsdale 
do. 
do. 


Sir Will°» Maxwell 


of Sprinkell 


Sprinkell 


Annandale 
Stewartry 


Will» M'Ghie 


Glazier 


Dumfries 


Nithsdale 



DUMFRIES DISTRICT— Con««»/i?rf. 



145 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



was active in pressing horses for the service of the 
Rebels on their march from Moffat to Carlisle^ & 
threatened the Constables that would not give 
their assistance 

was very assisting to the Rebels in their march 
through Annandale to England & when some of 
their Baggage they left at Blackfoord was carried 
off by the country people, caused intimation to be 
made at several Church Doors that if they did not 
return it they should suffer military execution 

Refused in a publick Company to drink his Majesty's 
health ; went a considerable way to wait on the 
Pretender's Son but miss'd him and it's the 
general opinion of the country that he forc'd out 
his son into the Rebellion 



Served in the Pretender's Son's Life Guards till the 

Defeat at Culloden 
Accepted of a Captain's Commission from the 

Pretender's Son & . acted as Chief Engineer at 

Carlisle when the same was beseig'd by His 

Royal Highness 
Carried Arms with the Rebels 

Went to Edin*" & waited some time upon the Pre- 
tender's son 

Attended the Young Pretender most of the time he 
was at Edin' and Dumfries, was most active in 
promoting his Interest and had the principal 
hand in engaging W°* Maxwell of Carruchan to 
join the Rebels. She likewise made a present of 
a horse & chaise to the Person commonly called 
Duke of Perth 

Entertained one called Major Brown & Will"* 
Maxwell of Carruchan, two Rebels, after they 
had made their escape over the Walls of Carlisle, 
& provided them in Horses to carry them to the 
Rebel Army at Glasgow 

was employed by the young Pretender to go from 
Dumfries to Carlisle to Reconnitre the King's 
Army & bring forward Rebel Stragglers, which 
he did 



Where they now are. 



at home. 



at home. 



at home. 



not known, 
not known. 



Prisoner, 
at home, 
at home. 



at home. 



Prisoner. 



K 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN 
THE BOARD BY MR ROBT. OGILVY, 



Persons* Names. 


DesignatioDS. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 








John Allan 


Wright & Glasier 


Alloa 


Alloa 


B. 








Charles Blaw 


Son to Castlehill 


CasUehill 


Culross 


M^ Henry Bruce 


of Clackmanan 


Clackmanan 


Clackmanan 


M' James Bruce 


Gentleman 


do. 


do. 


C. 








James Callander 
Daniel Cameron 


Late Deacon of the 

Baxters 
Coachman to Countess 

of Kincardin 


Innerkeithing 


Innerkeith- 
ing 

Dumferm- 
ling 


Will°» Comry 
Francis Craich 


Stewart to Earl of 

Murray 
Brewer & Merchant 


Duniebrisle 
Clackmanan 


Duniebrisle 
Clackmanan 



THE REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO 
SUPERVISOR AT DUMFERMLING. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Joined the Rebels about the Time of Preston Battle^ 
was made Serjeant of Artillary & contmued with 
them till dispers'd 



Came over with Lord John Drummond & joined the 

Rebels now at Stirling 
Joined the Rebels at Edin'' & was made an Officer 

in their Army 
Joined Do. at Edin'' in the Pretender's Son's Life 

Guards 



Joined the Rebels at Edin' but Sickened & left them 
before the Battle of Falkirk 

Carried Arms at Preston Battle in the Rebel Army^ 
after that returned to his service, but was very 
active in carrying messages for the Rebels 

Joined the Rebels when first at Perth & continued 
with them till dispers'd 

Combin'd with the Rebels at Edin^ & Clackmanan^ 
gave them Information of Arms conceal'd & of 
Horses which they took^ aided in oppressing the 
country by causing them provide Victualls &c. 
and assisted in collecting the Excise upon a 
Sabbath Day. Caused the Excise Officer be 
apprehended & Imprison d for three days^ 
publickly Insulted the well-affected & aided & 
assisted the Rebels several other way too tedious 
here to relate 



Where they now are. 



not known. 



Prisoner, 
not known. 

not known. 



Left the Country, 
not known. 



not known, 
at home. 



148 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Persons' Names. 


Designations. 


H. 




John Henderson 


Brewer & Merchant 


David Henderson 


Brewer & Glazier 


M & V. 




James Main 


Brewer 


Francis Masterton 


of Parkhill 


Robert Mercer of 

Aldie 
John Marshall 


Brother to Lord Nairn 
Labouring man 


John Marshall 


Writer 


Alex' Monteith 
Anthony Murray 


Sorter of Yearn 
of Grange 


John Murray 


I-Ate Clark to Collector 
of the Customs 


William Verly 


Carpenter 




No. 19. 



Abode. 


Parish. 


Clackmanan 


Clackmanan 


do. 


do. 


Alloa 


Alloa 




do. 


Alloa 


Alloa 


Kinross 


Kinross 


do. 


do. 




Culross 



Alloa 



do. 



Alloa 



do. 



DUMFERMLING DISTRICT— Continued. 



149 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where they now are. 



Combined with the Rebels^ got from them out of the 
Warehouse at Leith, Goods which had been Seized 
by the king's officers, shewed himself very Zealous 
for the Pretender's Interest, had a hand in Im- 
prisoning the Excise Officer as above mentioned 
& often beat, oppressed, & insulted the well 
affected 

Served the Rebels as a Spy & message Bearer. 
Furnished their Army with necessaries & spoke 
very treasonable Language, he received from 
them as a reward. Brandy etc. out of the Custom 
house of Alloa & had a hand in Imprisoning the 
Excise Officer in manner above mentioned 



Joined the Rebels before Preston Battle & went 
with them to England 

Joined do. on their coming to Edin^ & got a Com- 
mission in their Army 

Joined early in the Rebellion, was active in forcing 
out others & was made a CoUonel 

Joined the Rebels after Preston Battle & continued 
with them 

Gave the Rebells Intelligence of Arms hid in the 
country &c. 

Joined the Rebels & continued with them 

Joined the Rebel Army after Preston Battle & con- 
tinued with them 

Joined do. at the Beginning. Assisted in Collect- 
ing the Excise at Clackmanan & continued with 
them 

Was of great use to the Rebels in passing the Forth 
at Alloa, was overseer to the workmen who built 
them a Boat & assisted in providing victualls &c. 
for them 



at home. 



at home. 



London, Prisoner, 
not known. 

do. 

do. 

at home. 

not known, 
do. 

do. 



absconded. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 
BY MR. ARCHD. STUART, EXAMINER, 



Names. 



A. More 
William Archer 

James Abbot 
James Anderson 

John Anderson 

William Anderson 
Alex^ Anderson 

James Andrew 
James Aiton 



John Adam^ Jun^ 
John Aiton 



John Aikenhead 



Designations. 



of this Letter in folio 
Taylor 

Dyster 
Fisher 

Servant 



Abode. 



Parish. 



74*^ ommitteid here. 



son to Dav** Andrew 



Mason 



Arbroath 

do. 
Ferryden 

Bonneton 



Johnshaven 



do. 



Drumellie 

Nether Tene- 
ments of 
Caldhame 



Arbroath 

do. 
Craig. 

do. 



Benholm 



do. 



Fordon 



Brechin 



Shoemaker 



merchant 



Brechin 



at Kincraig 
Brechin 



do. 



do. 



do. 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
OFFICIATING AT MONTROSE. 



County. 



Forfar 

do. 
do. 

do. 

Meanis 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Kept Guard for the Rebels has submitted to 
His Majesty's mercy 

Carried Arms for do. was hired by a Tenent 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 

Carried Arms in said Army, was at Falkirk 
Battle & Inverury Skirmish, now in his 
mother's 

Carried Arms in do. & was at the Engage- 
ments o^Inverury & Culloden 

This man was forced out, returned before 

the Battle of & presented himself 

to the Mm' 

Carried Arms with the Rebells, but deserted 
& has submitted himself 

Was Serjeant in L** Ogilvie's Regim^ 
Assisted in* Guarding the Hazard sloop 
Prisoners. Levied men & accompanied 
the Rebels to Stirling. Left them about 
the Time of His Royal Highnesses Pro- 
clama° dated at Montrose & delivered up 
his Arms to M' Scot of Rossie 

Was Serj* in Ogilvie's Regim* & at the 
Battles of Inverury, Falkirk & Culloden 

Was also Serj^ in said Regim^ & att said 
three Battles 

Was Lieu* or Ensign in said Regim*. Levied 
men & money & collected the Cess of 
Brechin for the Rebels, was also at the 
Battles of Inverury, Falkirk & Culloden 



Where at present. 



at home. 

not known. 
Lurking. 



wounded, 
not known. 

at home. 



at. home, 
at home. 



Lurking. 

do. 
Lurking. 



152 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Charles Anderson 


Shoemaker 


Brechin 


Brechin 


David Anderson 
Robert Allan 
John Adamson 
James Allardice 


Workman 

Son to Tho* Allan 

Shoemaker 

Tenent 


do. 
Keithock 
Brechin 
Drums 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


David Arsil 




at Kincraig 


do. 


B. 








Geoi^e Bruce 


Butcher 


Brechin 


Brechin 


James Bruce 


Son to the s^ George 


do. 


do. 


James Bowman 


Residenter 


do. 


do. 


David Bruce 
John Bruce 
George Brechin 

Alex' Brechin 


Butcher 

do. 
Son to Ja" Brechin^ 

Taylor 
Son to Alex' Brechin 

• 


do. 
do. 
Muir of Ach- 
enblae 
do. 


do. 
do. 
Fordon 

do. 


James Brechin 
Robert Betty 
William Brand 


in 

do. 
Son to John Bettie in 
Merchant 


do. 
Drumellie 
Auchenblae 


do. 
do. 
do. 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Continued. 



153 



County. Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 

Carried Arms & delivered them up about 
the Time of his R.H.'s proclama*° at 
Montrose 
Do. & delivered them up as above 
Do. & delivered them up as above 
Carried Arms in Rebels Service 
Made Prisoner on Information & sent 

North 
Do. 



Where they 
now are. 



Acted as Serj' Major in L** Ogilvie's Regime- 
Assisted in taking Horses, Arms &c. & 
the Hazard Sloop. Levied men & money^ 
helped to land & Escorte the French am- 
munition & Arms, was Deputy Governor 
of the Town of Brechin when the Rebels 
lay at Stirling, went North some way 
with them, then returned to Brechin & 
laid down his Arms, has given sea^** In- 
formations & on that acco^ only is per- 
mitted to stay 

Carried Arms in the Rebellion has not de- 
livered them up 

Do. but delivered them up on his Royal 
Highness Proclamation at Montrose 

Made prisoners on Information & sent 
North 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 



} 



Do. but has presented himself to the Min^ 

of the Parish & submitted at mercy 
Carried Arms in said Army but deserted 
Do. & submitted to His Majesty's mercy 
Contributed all in his power to the Ringing 
the Kirkbell & pubhshing the Pretender's 
Manifesto at Fordon Cross. Offer** money 
to any body that would read it & when 
one was found was a formal witness 
thereto himself. 



at home. 



at home, 
at home. 
Prisoner. 

Prisoners. 



at his own 

house, 
not known. 

at home. 

Prisoners, 
not known. 

at home. 

not known, 
at home, 
at home. 



154 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Francis Bell 



David Bumoss 
Peter Barclay 



Robert Barclay 
David Buchan 



David Bennet 
John Brown 



Sir Alex' Banner- 
man 



James Barclay 



David Barclay 



John Brown 



Designations. 



at Denmiln of 



of Johnstone 



Gentleman 
Servant 



do. 



Farmer 



of Elsick 



a Farmer s Son 



Brewer 



Tenent 



Abode. 



Fordon 



Parish. 



Fordon 



Johnshaven 
Johnstone 



Benholm 

Laurence 

Kirk 



Balmyheuen 

Milton of 
Glenask 



Hatton Miln 



Boysham 



Elsick 



Mary Kirk 
Lochlee 



Kinnel 
do. 



Feteresso 



Finlastown 



Arbroath 



Bolshani 



do. 



Arbroath 



Kinnell 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Continued, 



166 



County. 



Meams 
Kincardin 



do. 
do. 



Forfar 
do. 



Meams 



do. 



Forfar 



do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Went to Drumlithie & in the night time 
forced one Jame Edie out of his house & 
compeird him to drink the Pretender's 
Son's health as Prince of Wales 

Served a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 

Went to Edin' to wait on the Young 
Pretender, cSc on his return assumed the 
character of one of his Justices of the 
Peace, used violent means to enlist men 
& oblidged the Brewers in Laurance 
Kirk to pay him their Excise, which he 
carried to Stonehive to the Rebels Col- 
lector. Lifted arms himself & assisted 
in Guarding the Arms & Ammunition of 
the Rebels 

Carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden Sc 
said to be 

Was at the taking of the Hazard Sloop 
& came in Arms & made prisoners of 
severall affected Persons about Fetter- 
cairn for not paying Levy money to the 
Rebels 

Carried Arms at Inverury & Falkirk & went 
to the north with the Rebels 

Carried Arms as Lieu*' was active in decoy- 
ing others into the Rebellion, compelling 
some & oppressing others that would not 
join them, was at Culloden Battle & there 
said to be 

Acted as Lord Lieu* of the County of 
Mems under the Rebels, was active in 
serving their Interest & yet moderate to 
the Country 

Carried Arms as a volunteer in the Pre- 
tender's Son's Life Guards, was moder- 
ate 

Hoised a white fflag on the Shore at 
Arbroath Si apprehended one of the 
Hazard Sloop's crew making his escape 
8c causd him be severely whiped 

Carried Arms as a Lieu* in Provost Patrick 
Wallace's Company & Levied money for 
the Rebels 



Where at present. 



at home. 



not known, 
at home. 



kiU'd. 
at home. 



not known. 



kill'd. 
Lurking. 



Lurking. 



Stirling, 
Prisoner. 



not known. 



156 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


William Baird 


Gardner 


Montrose 


Montrose 


Andrew Beattie 


Rope Maker 


do. 


do. 


Peter Beattie 


Ship Master 


do. 


do. 


John Bryan 


Residenter 


do. 


do. 


George Bisset 


Mariner 


Stonhaven 


Dminoter 
or Fetresso 


John Buchan 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Andrew Bremner 


Cowper 


do. 


do. 


Robert Bremner 
WilHam Bremner 


Mariner 
Square Wright 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


William Buock 


Servant 


T^awriston 


Mariton 


C. 

George Camegy 
Charles Camegy 


Merchant Apprentice 
Sailor 


Montrose 
do. 


Montrose 
do. 


David Campbell 




in Mains of 
Glenfarquhar 


Forden 
Div" 


Thomas Clark 


Servant 


Morphie 


Logie 


David Crole 
Alex' Catenoch 


Weaver 
Servant 


Bonykettle 
Landends 


Fettercaini 
do. 



MONTROSE Dimmer— Continued. 



167 



County. 



Forfar 



do. 
do. 



do. 
Kincardin 



do. 



do. 



do. 
do. 



Forfar 



Forfar 
do. 



Kincardin 

do. 
do. 




At Montrose beheaved most Insolently gave 

abusive & threatening Language to the 

late Magistrates & the Excise OfT*. 

Carried Arras in England, at Falkirk & 

went North with the Rebels 
Carried Arms at Inverury & Falkirk & 

went North with the Rebels 
Assisted as Pilot in bringing into Montrose 

the French Ship on of Oct' 1745 and 

attended the Rebels at the Cross of 

Montrose on the Young Pretender s 

Birth Day 
Went North Servant to John Scott Gover- 

nour of Montrose for the Rebels 
Was singularly active in piloting in the 

French Ship to Stonhaven and was 

Gunner at Deforcing His Majesty's 

Ships 
Stood with a match & called to one of His 

Majesty's Ships in Stonhaven Bay that 

if she came near he would give her a 

warm Reception 
Was on Guard at Stonhaven for the Rebels 

& forced Arms from the Country People 

which he carried to them 
Carried Arms & went North with the Rebels 
Carried Arms Sc forced horses Sec, from the 

Country to carry arms to the Rebels 
was hired by his Master & carried Arms at 

Inverury & Falkirk & went North 



f Carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's 
} Life Guards were in Eng<* & at frai- 
ls kirk & went North 
Compelled one Ja" Eddie to drink the 

Pretender son as P' of Wales holding a 

drawn Cutlace over his head 
Carried Arms at Culloden Battle, returned 

to 
Do. during the whole Rebellion 
Carried Arms during the whole Rebellion 



Where at present. 



Lurking. 



LurkK. 
Lurking. 



do. 
Prisoner. 



at home. 



at home. 



Lurking, 
at home. 

Lurking. 



Lurking, 
at home. 



his Fay" house, 
at home, 
do. 



158 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Rob^ Crookshanks 




Johnshaven 


Benholm 


James Camegy 


of Findaury 


Findaury 


Brechin 


James Camegy 


Surgeon 


Brechin 


Brechin 


James Camegy 


Mason 


do. 


do. 


Robert Camegy 
John Chalmers 


Weaver 
Servant 


Tenements 
ofCaldhame 
Kinnels Miln 


do. 
Kinnel 


David Cowie 


do. 


Rossie 


Craig 


John Cosky 


young man 


Binaves 


Kinnel 


Thomas Crighton 


Mason 


Arbroath 


Arbroath 


Alex' Crighton, Sen' 
James Crighton 
James Coupar 


• 

Shoemaker 


do. 
do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 
do. 


John Chalmers 
James Caird 


Servant to Geo. Miln 


Drunkendiel 
Balcathie 


St. Vigeans 
Arbirlot 


Will"^ Chahners 


Subtenent's son 


Mains of Uris 


Dunnotter 


Will"^ Cruickshank 


Sub Tenent 


Nether Crigie 


do. 



MONTROSE mSTRlCr— Continued. 



159 



Conntj. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where at present. 


Meams 


Do. as a volunteer in the s^ Rebell Army 


not known. 




Acted as L^ Lieutenant Deput of the 


Lurking. 




County of Angus^ appointed Govemours 






of Towns & Factors on the forfieted 






Estates of South Esque & Panmuu*. 






Raised himself men & money out of 






those F^stAtes as well as the rest of the 






Country by all the methodes of violence 






& oppression : assisted in guarding the 






Hazard Sloop; forced people to take 






Arms & guard the Prisoners of the said 






Sloop. Joined the Rebels at Stirling 






& went with them to Inverness 






Acted as Surgeon to L** Ogilvie's Regim* 


not known. 




bore Arms assisted in guarding the 






Hazard Sloop prisoners in Brechin & 






was with the Rebels at Stirling & Inver- 






ness 
Carried Arms in the Rebellion^ has not as 


Lurking. 




yet delivered them up 






Do. do. 


do. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms with the Rebels & was with 


Laird of Brun- 




them in the North, now serving the 


ton 


do. 


Listed with the Rebels but deserted Si 
never was in any Battle 


not known. 


do. 


was hired out *k carried Arms at Inverury 
& Falkirk and went north with the 
Rebels 


Lurking. 


do. 


Joined the Rebels, went with them to 
England & was very active in raising 


Lurking. 


do. 


nicii 

Kept Guard in Arbroath for the Rebels \ 




do. 


Carried Arms with the Rebelsinto England ( 




do. 


Kept Guard for the Rebels & collected j 
the Cess by their order / 




do. 


Carried Arms into England with the Rebels 


Lurking. 


do. 


Went to Dundee in arms with his master 


Balcathie, 
Lurking. 


Merns 


Voluntary, carried Arms with the Rebels '\ 






but was moderate >- 


Lurking. 


do. 


Do. & was most outrageous ) 





160 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



John Cargil 
James Collison 

Alex^ Cashie 
Peter Cashnie 

Rob* Cooper, Sen*" 
Rob* Cooper, Jun^ 
Will°» Collie 



D. 

John Durie 



Designations. 



Tobacconist 
Bellman 

Merchant 
do. 

Shirrif Officer 

Sailor 

Carrier 



Merchant 



Alex^ Duncan 


do. 


James Duncan 


Shoemaker 


John Duncan 


do. 


David Dury 


Fewer 


Andrew Deaiy 


Subtenent 


James Deary 


Servant 


James Duncan 


Subtenent 


James Duncan 


do. 


James Deans 


a Smith's son 


David Dennies 


Young man 



John Duncan 

Alex' Duncan 

John Dorwood 
David Dorwood 

George Deakers 



Abode. 



Stonhaven 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Parish. 

Dunotter o 
Fetteress( 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Stonehaven 



Brewer 

Taxman of the Customs 

Weaver 
Land labourer 

Residenter 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Glesla 
Dunnottre 
Hen wells 
Shetrawhead 
Cowie 
Binaves 

Arbroath 

do. 

do. 
do. 

Montrose 



Dunotter 

do. 
Fetteresso 

do. 

do. 
Kinnel 

Arbroath 

do. 

do. 
do. 

Montrose 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Continued. 



161 



County, 



Kincardin 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Kincardin 




do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms, Mounted Guard & pressed 

horses to carry arms to the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms & mounted Guard for the 

Rebels 
C Carried Arms in the Rebel Service & was 
•< active in pressing horses to carry arms 
(^ to them 
CaiTied arms and was active in pressing 

horses for behoof of the Rebels 
Carried Arms & went to the North with 

the Rebels 
Do. 8c was active in stoping well affected 

People & Intercepting Letters, &c. 



Carried Arms, bought up Tartans & Shoes 
& pressed Horses for the Service of the 
Rebels. Read the Pretender s manifesto 
publickly upon a Sabbath day, frequently 
mounted Guard & threatened to force 
others to follow his example 

All carried Arms in the Rebel Army & were 
active in pressing horses for its Service 



Were all very oppressive & carried Arms in 
the Rebel Army, Ja« Duncan Hens- 
wells said to be forc'd out 

Was hired to the Rebel Service & Carried 

Arms at Culloden &c. 
Carried Arms for the Rebels & assisted in 

Collecting the Excise at Dundee 
Spoke Treasonably, calling his Majesty an 

Usurper 
Carried Arms with the Rebels 
Assisted the Rebels in keeping the King 

Tender from unrigging some Ships 
Was Drumer at Inverury Skirmish & 

Falkirk Battle & went North with the 

Rebels 



Where at present. 



at home, 
do. 



do. 



Prisoner. 



at home. 



do. 



Lurking. 



at home. 



Lurking. 



Lurking. 

not known. 

in Prison. 

at home, 
not known. 

Lurking. 



162 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


William Douglas 


Piper 


Drumlithie 


Fordon 
Division 


Alex*" Duthie 


Smith 


Brechin 


Brechin 


Will«° Dear 


Meal Monger 


do. 


do. 


John Davidson 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


John Duncan 


Merch* & Stamp master 


do. 


do. ) 

do. ; 


James Dease 


Merchant 


do. 


Will°» Duncan 


Farmer 


Bent of Bal- 


Fettercaim 


Rob^ Duncan 
Rob^ Duncan 


Servant 
Fanner 


begnie 
Bonykettle 
Milton of 

Glenask 


do. 
Lochlee 


E. 








James Edward 


Residenter 


Ferryden 


Craig 


James Essie, Sen^ 


Weaver 


Arbroath 


Arbroath 


John Edgar, you^ 


of Keithlock 


Keithlock 


Brechin 


John Erskine 


Merch*^ Apprentice 


Montrose 


Montrose 


F. 








John Fettes 


Maltman 


Montrose 


Montrose 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Continued 



163 



inty. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



irdin^ 



K 



ir 



Went to Stonehaven to assist a French 
against a British Warrship that had chas'd 
her in there 

Assisted the Rebels in taking the Hazard 
Sloop but left them immediately there- 
after 

Was engaged in the Rebellion & has not 
delivered up his arms 

Was with the Rebels, but delivered up his 
Arms on his R^ H'^ proclam° at Montrose 

Apprehended upon Information & sent 
North with a Guard 

Carried Arms for the Rebels during the 
Rebellion 

Assisted in taking the Hazard Sloop & 
came in Arms & made prisoners of 
several well affected persons about 
Fettercaim for not paying their assess- 
ments to the Rebels 



Listed voluntarly with the Rebels & 
carried Arms at the Battle of Culloden 

Carried Arms at Falkirk^ has submitted 
himself at mercy 

Entered into the Pretender s Son's Life 
Guards at Edin' & contin^ with them 
till dispersed 

Commanded a Company in the Rebel 
Army. Received & conveyed the 
French Arms to the Rebel Army, for 
which purpose harrassed the Country for 
Horses & Carts, he was at the Skirmish 
of Inverury & affair of Falkirk & went 
North with the Rebels 



Was at Inverury Sc Falkirk & went North 
with the Rebels, while at Montrose he 
behaved most rudely harassing on all 
occasions such as he look't on to be 
friends to the Government 



I 



Where at present 



at home. 

at home. 

Lurking, 
at home. 
Prisoners. 

at home. 

at home. 



Lurking, 
at home. 
Lurking. 

Lurking. 



Lurking. 



164 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



John Framan 
John Forbes 
James Forret 

James Fordue 
Will™ Ferguson 
Robert Ferrier 

John Ferrier 



David Fethes 
John Fraser 

John Fraser 



James Finlay 
David Fraser 
Alex^. Falconer 



David fferrier 



Designations. 



Smith 

Wright 

disch*^ Excise Officer 

ffarmer 

Cottar 



Servant 
do. 

a Stranger, lodged w^ 



Abode. 



Son to Dav^ (finlay. 

Workman 
Son to Alex. Fraser, 

Tenent 
Farmer 



Merchant 



Miltown 

Bervie 

Stonehaven 

Arbroath 
do. 
do. 

Cotton of 
Little Cur- 
cary 

West Fithie 

Rossie 

W°» Crighton 
Paddocks 
Mire 

Caimtoun 

West Cowlie 

Bimie 



Parish. 



St. Cyrus 
Bervie 



Arbroath 
do. 
do. 

Famel 



da 
Craig 

Kinnel 



Fordon 
Div° 
do. 

Forden 



Brechin 



Brechin 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Con^mwd. 



165 



bounty. 

ncardin) 
do. / 



>rfar 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



do. 
do. 

do. 



incardin 
do. 
do. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army as 

Volunteers, returned & 
Carried Arms mounted Guard and pressed 

Horses for the Rebel Service 
Keeped Guard for the Rebels 
Acted as Officer of Excise for the Rebels 
Carried Arms as an Ensign of the Rebels 

& was at the Battle of Falkirk 
being hired carried arms for the Rebels, & 

was at the Battle of Culloden &c. 

do. do. 

Enlisted voluntarly with the Rebels & went 
with them to the North 

Was advised or rather forced by his said 
Landlord to Enlist with the said Rebels 
which accordingly he did & went North 
with them 

Carried Arms in Rebellion but has sub- 
mitted to his Majesty's mercy 
do. do. 

Carried arms in Rebellion, was head of a 
Gang who violently carried off some 
Leather that had been seized by an 
Excise Officer & delivered to be Tann'd 
for his Majesty's use, & since the Battle 
of Culloden harboured Rebels two of 
which were found in his houses, for 
which he was apprehended & carried to 
Brechin 

Acted as Deput Govemour of the Town of 
Brechin, practised the highest Tyrrany 
over the loyal Subjects of the Govern- 
ment in every shape; and particularly 
extorted men, money. Horses & Arms 
throughout the whole Country; levyed 
His Majesty's Excise & gave his own 
Receipts for the same : was the principal 
Person who promoted & carried on the 
affair of taking the Hazard Sloop in 
which some of the Crew were killed & 
wounded & the rest made Prisoners and 



Where at present. 



Lurking, 
at home. 



} 



at home, 
not known. 

Prisoner. 



Lurking, 
do. 

not known. 



at home. 



Prisoner. 



Supposed to 
be Lurking 
amongst the 
neighbour- 
ing Hills. 



166 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Designations. 



James Fotheringham 



John Firzel 

Peter Fairweather 
Hugh Fraser 



G. 
John Gibson 

David Gouck 



Fishmonger 



Mason 

Baker s Servant 
Smith 



Chapman in Nether 

Tenements of 
Servant 



Abode. 



Upper Tene- 
m^ofCald- 
hame 

Nether Tene- 
m^ of do. 

Brechin 

Montrose 



Caldhame 
Egypt 



Parish. 



Brechin 



do. 

do. 
Montrose 



Montrose 
Fumel 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Continued. 



167 



County. 



Forfiir 



Forfar 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



treated by him in so barbarous a manner 
as that they must in all probability have 
perished had it not been for the assist- 
ance they received from the Friends of 
the Government in Montrose, Brechin & 
elsewhere. He also bore arms in L^ 
Ogilvie's Regiment, recruited and forced 
out no less than two Companys of Rebel 
Militia ; was present at the skirmish of 
Inverury as Captain of one of the said 
Companys: Burned the Customhouse 
Boat at Aberdeen : received & conveyed 
the French Arms and Ammunition to 
the Rebel Army, for which purpose he 
harrassed & oppressed the whole country 
in pressing their Horses & Carts. He 
joined the main body of the Rebels with 
his Company at Stirling, accompanyed 
them to Inverness from whence he 
returned to Glenesk, raised a great many 
of the Inhabitants there with a Design 
to force back Rebel Runnaways & make 
well affected people prisoners & marched 
with the said Gleneske to Cortachie in 
order to force a Garrison of the King's 
Troops lying there. These facts are 
well known to every Body in these 
places of the Countr}' 



All Carried Arms in Rebellion, have not 
delivered them up 



Carried Arms at Inverury & Falkirk & went 
North with the Rebels 



Carried Arms in Rebellion & has not sur- 
rendered them 
Was hired out & Carried Arms at Culloden 



Where at present. 



Lurking. 



Prisoner. 



Lurking. 
Lurking. 



168 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Alex^ Greig 



James Gray 
Will*" Gowans 
David Garden^ Jun^ 
David Gray 



William Gillespie 

James Grant 
James Gray 

John Gordon 
William Gordon 
George Guthrie 
Will°» Gray 
Alex'^ Greig 



Alex'^ Garrioch 



Will™ Gibboa 



Will"* Gilmer 
Alex^ Gibbon 
Will*" Gardner 



Designations. 



Merchant 



Cottar 



Servant 



Brewer 

Sailor 
Brewer 



Surgeon Apprentice 

Writer do. 

Residenter 

Painter 

Merch* Apprentice 



of Mergie 



Merchant 



Shoemaker 
Ship Carpenter 
Servant 



Abode. 



Dysart 



Cotton of 


Famel 


Gowenhead 




Kinnels 


Kinnel 


Miln 




Lawtoun 


Kirkdon 


Arbroath 


Arbroath 



do. 

do. 
Temple 

Montrose 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Mergie 



Ston haven 



do. 
do. 
Brae of Bal- 
four 



Parish. 



Mariton 



do. 

do. 
Benhokn 

Montrose 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Fetteresso 



Stonhaven 



do. 

do. 

Fettercaim 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Conimwd. 



169 



County. 
Forfar 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
Kincardin 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Forfar 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



M earns 



} 



Kincardin 



do. 
do. 
do. 



Went along as Secretary to M"^ Camegy 
Jun^ of Bonny Moon^ Dep* Lieu* of 
Angus 

Carried Arms Voluntarly & was at Culloden 
Battle with the Rebells in the North 

Carried Arms being hired & was at Culloden 
Battle with the Rebels 

Carried Arms as Captain in L^ Ogilvie's 
Rebel Regiment 

Do. as a private man, kept Guard & assisted 
in levying money for the Rebels, sub- 
mitted 

Assisted as Pilot in Sailing a French Ship 
from Arbroath to Montrose 

Carried Arms & was at the Battle of Falkirk 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 

Carried Arms with the Rebels in England 
& at Falkirk & went North 

Do. being hired & went North 

Do. & was at Falkirk Battle 

Was Clark to Findaury Dep* L** Lieu* of 
Forfar County went first to Stirling & 
then North 

Practised the highest Tyrrany over the 
whole Country in General but the 
Freinds of the Govemm* in particular. 
Acted as Govemour of Stonhaven & 
press'd out Men & Horses & Extorted 
money & Arms from the Inhabitants^ 
Collected the Cess, Excise & other Con- 
tributions imposed by him upon the 
Country and at last took up Arms, joined 
the Rebel Army & went North with 
them 

Assisted in proclaiming the Pretender at 
Stonhaven, joined the Rebel Army, went 
to England, was at Falkirk Battle & 
went North with them 

Carried Arms & went North with the Rebels 

Do. & mounted Guards for the Rebels 

Carried Arms in the Rebellion the whole 
time 



Where at present. 



not known. 

Lurking, 
at home, 
not known, 
at home. 

do. 

Lurking, 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

Lurking. 



not known. 



kiU'd. 
at home, 
at home. 



170 



LIST OF REBEUS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Greig 


Son to Adam Greig 


Bankhead of 


Fordon 






Ardice 


Division 


Robert Gleig 


Smith 


Drumlithie 


Fordon 


Adam Gleig 


Son to 8** Robert 


do. 


do. 


H. 








James Hood^ Jun' 


Smith 


Brechin 


Brechin 


Adam Hunter 


Excise Expectant 


do. 


do. 


James Hunter 




Lethan Cal- 


St. Vigeans 


• 




town 




John Hunter 




Newtown of 
Arbirlot 


Arbirlot 


Hary Hunter 




do. 


do. 


Robert Henderson 


Cottar 


CottonofRing- 
blythmount 


Kinnel 


Robert Hodge 


Farmer 


Fannuksmire 


do. 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Con<f7iM«/. 



171 



County. 



Forfar 

do* 

do. 
Forfar 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms/ in Rebellion, returned & 
submitted 

Went in Arms to Stonhaven to assist a 
French Ship laden with arms &e. against 
one of His Majesty's Ships of War that 
had chas'd her in there, & read an In- 
tima*" at the Kirk of Glenbervie order- 
ing the people to pay their Excise to the 
Rebel's Collector 

Went along with his Father to assist the 
said French Ship 



Carried Arms in Rebellion 

Survey 'd Brechin Division for the Rebels 
from the End of Sept' 1745 to the 
middle of February 1746, but upon 
approach of the King's Army left the 
place, he was taken Prisoner along with 
Lewis Murray Excise officer in Brechin 
& confined in the Prison of Montrose, 
was at last prevailed upon by the 
strongest threatenings from David Ferrier 
before mentioned to serve the Rebels in 
that capacity. He had two motherless 
Infants & nothing to support himself or 
them, which probably had push'd him to 
so desperate & wicked a project 

Carried Arms & was at the Battle of Falkirk 
with the Rebels 

Do. & went north with the Rebels 



Do. do. 

Carried Arms, was at Culloden Battle, has 
Carried off* his wife & children & 

Do. & very much distressed the 
Ministers & other people in the Countrey 
by taking their Horses, & plundering 
their Houses, &c. was at Inverury Skir- 
mish & Falkirk Battle & went North 
with the Rebels 



Where at present. 



at home, 
at home. 



do. 



Lurking, 
not known. 



Lurking. 



Begging. 
Lurking. 



172 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


George Hay 


Residenter 


Montrose 


Montrose 


James Henderson 


Ship Master 


do. 


do. 


James Hunter 


son to John Hunter 


Newbigging 




I. 

Robert Johnston 
Will°» Irvine 


Sheriff Officer 


Stonhaven 
Fetteresso 


Stonhaven 
Fetteresso 


William Jameson 


Reedmaker 


Montrose 


Montrose 


Robert Irons 


Residenter 


do. 


do. 


Dav*^ Inverarity 
David Inverarity 


Meal Monger 
Shoemaker 


Tenements of 
Caldhame 
Brechin 


Brechin 
do. 


K. 








Thomas Keill 


Servant to Ja^ Ferrier 


Kintrockat 


Brechin 


Thomas Kemlar 
Alex' Kenilar 


Miller 
his Son 


Miln of Mun- 
dens 


Fordon 
Divis"* 


John Key 
Alex'^ Kerrie 
John Kerrie 
Thomas Kinnier 


Taylor 
Sailor 
Merchant 
Farmer 


Arbroath 
Arbroath 

do. 
Milton Glen- 
esk 


Arbroath 

do. 

do.. 
Lochlee 


James Kemla 




H)mdwells 


Fetteresso 


Gideon Kemlay 


Merchant 


Stonhaven 





MONTROSE DISTRICT— Cow<Jrt««/. 



178 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where at present. 


Forfar 


Carried Anus, was at Inverury & Falkirk & 
went North with the Rebels, wounded 






& in 


Montrose Hos- 
pital. 


do. 


Assisted in piloting the French Ship into 
Montrose Si. attended the Rebels at the 


Lurking. 




Cross Solemnizing the Young Pretender s 






Birth day 






Was in Arras with the Rebels, Returned & 


at home. 




submitted himself 






Camed Arms & went North with the Rebels 


at home. 


Meams 


Do. has submitted <& given up his name 
etc. to the Minister 


do. 


Forfar 


Was Serjeant in the Rebel Army & active 


Lurking. 




in Finlisting men, he Imprisoned several 






servants who refused to go into his 






measures, was at Stirling & went North 




do. 


Carried Arras, was at Falkirk & went North 
with the Rebels 


Montrose Pris^ 




Carried Arms in the Rebellion 


Lurking. 




Do. Surrendered his Arms about the time 


at home. 




of his R^ H'" proclam** at Montrose 






Carried Arms, Surrendered on his Royal 


at home. 




Highness proclamation at Montrose 




( 


Went in Arms to Stonhaven to assist the 


do. 


\ 


French Ship against the British Man of 




( 


Warr 




Forfar ) 
do. } 
do. ) 


f 


at home. 


All carried Arms in the Rebel Service < 


not known. 


I 


Kd"^ Prisoner. 


Kincardin 


Was at taking the Hazard Sloop, came in 
Arms & assisted in making Prisoners 
several well affected persons about Fetter- 


at home. 




cairn for not papng their ascessm** 




Meams 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 

Army 
Took up Arms & mounted Guards for the 


Lurking. 


Kincardin 


at home. 




Rebels 





174 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


IMsh. 


James Keith 


Wright 


Stonhaven 




David Keith 


Farmer 


Inverereunven 




L. 








Will"* Leith 


Residenter 


Brechin 


Brechin 


David Littlejohn 


Serv* to W°» Robb 


Burkhill 


Brechin 


William Low 


Chapman 


Brechin 


do. 


Alex'^ Low 
John Leith 
'l*homas Ley 


Merch* 

Brother to W>" Leith 


do. 
do. 
Drumlethie 


do. 
do. 
Fordon D» 


John Louper 
John I<aing 


Smith 
Servant 


Arbroath 
Old Montrose 


Arbroath 
Mariton 


John Lesslic 


Merch* & Fanner 


Miln Morphy 


St. Cjrrus 


Will"* Lesslie 


Mariner 


Montrose 


Montrose 


Dav^ Lyon 


Vintiner 


do. 


do. 



MONTROSE BI^TBICr— Continued. 



175 



Giimty. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where at present. 


Kincardin 


Carried Arms, mounted Guards & acted as 
Ground Off^ on the Estate of Marisehal 
for the Rebels 


Lurking. 




Enlisted men for the Rebels 


Prisoner. 




Was Lieu* or Ensign in L** Ogilvie's 2«* 


Lurking. 




Battalion, assisted in piloting into Mon- 






trose one of the French Ships with Arms 






i&c. ik in taking the Hazard Sloop^ was 






at Inverury Skirmish & the Battles of 






Falkirk Si Culloden 






Was Engaged in the Rebellion^ has not 


do. 




delivered up his Arms 






Surrendered his Anns on His R^ Highnesses 


at home. 




Proclamation at Montrose 






Made prisoner on Information & sent North 


Prisoner. 




do. 


do. 




Compelled James Eddie to drink treason- 


at home. 




able healths & publickly curs' d his 






Majesty 




Forfar 


Kept Guard for the Rebels <& carried Arms 


not known. 


do. 


Enlisted with the Rebels & was at Inver- 
ury & ffalkirk Battles 


Kill'd. 


Mearns 


Was aiding Sc assisting in Livering the 
French Ships at Montrose and Ston- 
haven, was at Spulzying the Hazard 
Sloop & carried off some things of value 


Lurking. 


• 


from thence, he broke M^ Freebaim 
Schoolmaster at St. Cyrus his Doors & 
assisted the Rebel M'Grigors in plunder- 
ing his house, he has a house. Horses, 
Cows & Effects & none of them are yet 
touched 




Forfar 


Assisted in pilotinginto Montrose the French 
Ships & sailed out Master of the Hazard 
Sloop after she was taken by the Rebels 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Invited several Gentlemen in Montrose to 


do. 




witness the Rebels solemnizing the 


; 




Young Pretender's Birth day, gave at- 






tendance himself & drank healths along 






with the Rebels 





176 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Faridi. 


Alex^ Littlejohn 


Physician 


Montrose 


Montrose 


Will" Low, Jun*^ 
John Low 


Smith 
Wig Maker 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


Will" Lindsay 


Shoemaker 


do. 


do. 


John I^indsay 


Soigeon Apprentice 


do. 


da 


John Lawson, Jon^ 
William Lamb 
James Laurance 


no designation 
Stocking Weaver 
Piper 


Stonhaven 

do.. 
Clochnahill 


Dunottre 


Thomas lindsay 


Subtenent 


Penny well s 


Fetteresso 


M. 








Alex"" Main 

George Main 
John Moncur 
John Mason 


Servant 

do. 
do. 

Subtenent 


Bam Yards of 

Dunotter 
Fetteresso 
Feathers 
Powbare 


Dunottre 

Fetteresso 

do. 
Fetteresso 


John Miln 
Will" Mair 


do. 
Factor to Elsick 


Skihowhead 
Klsick 


do. 


John Maul 


Writer 


Stonehaven 


• 


Peter Maul 


Workman 


do. 




John Martin 


Stocking Weaver 


do. 




Bob^ Mollison 


Barber 


do. 




James Murray 
John Miln 
Will" Morgan 
John Morgan 
Will" Middleton 
Will" Murray 


Cooper 

MUn Wright 

Glover 

Taylor 

Baxter 

Weaver 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 





MONTROSE DISTRICT— Con««ued. 



177 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where at present 


Forfar 


Witnessed the above Solemnization & drank 
healths with the Rebels 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Carried Anns at Falkirk & went North 


Lurking. 


do. 


Was at Stirling & went North as Servant 
to a French Officer 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Falkirk & went North 
with the Rebels 


do. 


do. 


Was Lieu* in L** Ogilvie's Regim*, was active 
in searching for arms, was in England at 
the Battle of Falkirk & went North with 
the Rebels 


Lurking. 


Kincardin 
do. 


Took up Arms & mounted Guards for ) 
the Rebels J 


at home. 


do. 


Voluntarly served the Rebel Is with his 
Musick Sc went with them 


Lurking. 


do. 


Deserted from the Dutch, carried Arms in 
the Rebel Army & was very Rigid 


do. 


Kincardin 


Served as a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 


Lurking. 


do. 


Do. 


Achortes. 


do. 


Do. Sc much oppress' d, the Country 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army & was very Rigid 


do. 


do. 


Do. was tolerably moderate 


do. 


do. 


Was Ensign in the Rebel Army & went to 
the North with them 


Kill'd. 


do. 


Ensign in Do. Enlisted men, proclaimed 
the Pretender & went North 


Dead. 


do. 


Carried Arms ik went North with the 
Rebels 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms, was at Stirling & went North 
with Do. 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Took up Arms & mounted Guards for the ") 






Rebels V 


at home. 


do. 


Do. do. J 




do. 


> "^ 




do. 
do. 
do. 


All took up Arms & Mounted Guards 


at home. 


for the Rebels 




do. 


4 





M 



178 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Wai"» Mackie 


Residenter 


Montrose 


Montrose 


Wai"» Mouat 
David Martin 

Will°» Miln 


do. 
Weaver 

of Bonnytoun 


do. 
Montrose 

Links 
Montrose 


do. 
do. 

do. 


James Mathie 


Servant 


Old Montrose 


Mariton 


Alex' Mill 


Shepherd 


Bonytoun 


do. 


John MOl 


Vagabound 






Geo: Mill 


Tenent 


Balcathie 


Arbroath 


Alex' Mackie 




Arbroath 


do. 


Duncan Miller 


Weaver 


Auchmithie 


St. Vigeans 


James Moodie 




do. 


da 


James Mason 


In 


Drumlethie 


Fordon 
Divis" 


John Milne 


Son to Dav<^ Milne 


Cotbank 


do. 


James Mansie 


Younger in Ballfield 


ofDrumlethie 


do. 


Alex' Mather 


Brewer 


Brechin 


Brechin 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Continued. 



179 



County. 



Forfar 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
do. 



Forfar 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Carried Arms at Inverury & Falkirk & 
went North with the Rebels 
do. do. do. 

Carried Arms being hired out by a Tenent 
& went North with the Rebels 

Solemnized the young Pretender's Birth 
day along with the Rebels at the Cross 
of Montrose 

Enlisted voluntarly & carried Arms at 
Culloden &c, with the Rebels 

Carried Arms^ was at Culloden &c said to 
be hired, now about his own house 

Voluntarly enlisted & went to the Battle 
of Culloden with the Rebels 

Was a Lieu* in the Rebel Army & very 
active in Levying men & money 

Carried Arms at Falkirk^ has now sub- 
mitted 

Carried Arms in Rebellion being hired by 
Tenent to save his Levy money 

Voluntarly Enlisted himself into the Rebel 
Army^ accompanyed them into Eng- 
land, was at Falkirk & went North 

Was Quarter Master for the Rebels at 
Drumlethie & bought of His Majesty's 
Arms from a Deserter. Was concerned 
in publishing the Pretender's Manifesto 
at Fordon Cross & in a Mob at Drum- 
lethie where Treasonable Healths were 
imposed upon the well-afFected & en- 
forced by naked Arms & Threatenings 

Carried Arms in Rebellion, has now sub- 
mitted himself 

Went in Arms to Stonhaven to assist the 
8^ (French against a British that pursued 
her 

Carried Arms in L^ Ogilvie's first Battal- 
lion, went with it into England, returned 
to Brechin & Recruited men & violently 
imprisoned the Excise Officer there: 
went with the Rebel Army to Inverness 
where he was advanced to an Ensign 



Where they are 
at present 



Lurking. 

Prisoner, 
do. 

said to be gone 
to London. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 

Prisoner. 

Lurking. 

at home. 

not known. 

Prisoner. 

at home. 



at home, 
do. 



Lurking in the 
Country. 



180 



LIST OF REBEUS FROM 



Robert Madue 
James lifather 



M' John Maitland 



David Mathers 

Geofge Mathers 
David Miller, Jan'' 



Robert Mitchell 



Abode. 



Senr^ to Alex' Low 
Merchant 



Brechin 



do. 



I 
non Jurant Minister Carraldston 



Son to Dav^ Mathers Baker, 

Brechin 
do. do. 

Shoemaker Brechin 



Brewer Sc Malster 



Johnshaven 



Paridi. 



Brechin 
do. 



Brechin 

do. 
Brechin 



Benholme 



MONTROSE DmTRICr— Continued. 



181 



County. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Kincardin 



was apprehended upon an Information Sc 
carried North. 

Was Ensign in L** Oglivie's Regim^ Ex- 
torted money ^ Levyed men and men- 
tained them on his own charges^ was at 
Inverury, Stirling and Inverness, & after 
the Defeat at Culloden, returned to 
Brechin & is taken 

Acted as Factor for the Rebels upon the 
forfeited Estates of South Esk and Pan- 
muir, squeezed the Tenents in the 
crudest manner for money ; carried his 
Insolence and oppression to that hight 
as to cause put into the Stocks & in 
Irons several persons well affected to his 
Majesty upon their refusing to pay him 
their Rents & afterwards went with the 
Rebel Army to Stirling. He came 
originally from the Parish of Fourage in 
Aberdeenshire. 

Carried Arms in the Rebellion & have not 
surrendered them 

do. do. 

Having been forced out deserted from the 
Rebels without ever acting in the Field 
and has since been very ready to serve 
the Government 

Was assisting in livering the French Ships 
of Arms &c at Stonhaven & active in 
serving the French Officers with Express 
Horses of his own & others, he caused 
press for that purpose & in searching all 
passengers for Letters &c,, was at Mon- 
trose assisting to Spulzie the Hazard 
Sloop of Warr & carried home some 
things of Consequence. He was the man 
who had command of the Party of Rebels 
that took M' Thomas Tulloch of Brigton 
Collector of the Cess in the Meams & 
carried him with his Books &c. to the 
Rebells L^ Lieutenant then Govemour of 
Stonhaven. 'Twas he who forced out 
and headed a Body of Fishermen with 



Where at present. 



Prisoner. 



Lurking. 

do. 
at home. 



Prisoner. 



182 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



John Mitchell 



N. 
James Niccol 



Designations. 



came from Fettemeer 
in Aberdeenshire 



Taylor 



Abode. 



Parish. 



Johnshaven 



Benholme 



Arbroath 



Arbroath 



MONTROSE BISTRICr—CotUirmed. 



183 



County. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Klncardin 



Forfar 



whom he apprehended Mess" Gray & 
Bisset Merchants in Montrose & Perth 
as they landed from a Warr ship in order 
to get Intelligence of the Rebells situa- 
tion in Montrose^ & put them into the 
hands of the Clan M'Grigor which had 
the Government of that Town. He was 
principal Director at landing 14 Boats 
full of Arms & Ammunition at Johns- 
haven in the night Time & caused a 
great Fire to be made upon the shore for 
their direction^ he also commanded a 
party which took two officers of the 
Excise & delivered them into the hands 
of the Rebel Hussars : Being asked by 
some of the Neighbourhood as he went 
off from Johnshaven in Arms (in which 
he always was) what his Design was^ he 
answered he was going to shoot the D. 
of Cumberland with the gun he then had 
in his hand. Since the 20*** of Feb- 
ruary 1745-6 he has been in Sir Alex' 
Bannerman's Company^ lay with them 
some time at Findom & carried Arms 
at the Battle of Culloden. The Excise 
officer with a party took him from behind 
a Bed and carried him prisoner to Mon- 
trose 
This Ruffian is Brother to the above John. 
Engaged with the first rise of Rebels in 
this Country & was one of their Lieuten- 
ants. He Spulzied the whole country 
of Arms & took several ministers is 
country gentlemen's horses which he 
rode to Death. The most of his Com- 
mand was forced by himself & he carried 
Arms at Inverury Skirmish Sc the Battles 
of Falkirk and Culloden^ is now supposed 
to be about Fettemeer 



Carried Arms & mounted Guards for the 
Rebels 



Where they 
now are. 



Lurking. 



at home. 



184 



USrr OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



O. 
John Ouchterlony 

John Orkney 



P. 
Alex. Pyot 

Alex*" Pierson 

John Peddie 

James Peterson 



R. 
John Ritchie 

George Reid 
Will" Rhind 
Peter Reid 
Alex** Robertson 

W™ Ronald 
John Ronald 
Alex' Robertson 

Peter Rannie 

James Robertson 

James Retty 

Alex' Ritchie 

Alex' Robertson 



Designations. 



Writer Apprentice 
Merchant 



Wright 
Ship Master 
Merchant 
Shirriff Officer 



PUot 

Mason 
Workman 
Brewer 
Merchant 

do. 
Fisher 
Subtenent 

do. 
Servant 

do. 
Thread maker 
Servant 



Abode. 



Montrose 
do. 



do. 
Arbroath 

do. 
Stonhaven 



do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

Gallowtoun 

Mains of 
Dunottre 
Rossie 

Famel 

Arbroath 

Letham 
Cottown 



Montrose 
do. 



do. 
Arbroath 



do. 



Dunottre 

do. 
Craig 
Famel 
Arbroath 
St. Vigeans 



MONTROSE DISTRICT- Continued. 



185 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where at present. 


Forfar 


Camed Arms in the Pretender s Son s Life 
Guards^ was at England & Falkirk 


Lurking. 


da 


Was active in piloting the French Ships 
into Montrose & attended the Rebels at 
Solemnizing the Young Pretender s Birth 
Day 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms, was at Falkirk & went North 
with the Rebels 


do. 


do. 


Assisted in piloting a French ship from 
Arbroath to Montrose 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Went along with the Rebels to Dundee & 
assisted in collecting the Excise 


at home. 


Kincardin 


Enlisted & took up Arms with the Rebels^ 
but went not along with them 


at home. 


do. 


Piloted in to Stonhaven a French ship with 
Arms &c for the use of the Rebels 


do. 


do. ) 
do. } 
do. 1 


Took up Arms & mounted Guards for the 
Rebels 


at home. 




do. 


Carried Arms & pressed Horses for the 
Rebels Service 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms h went North with the Rebels 


Lurking. 


Meams 


Camed Arms with the Rebels & very 
oppressive to the Country 


do. 


do. 


Deserted from the Dutch^ was Serjeant in 
the Rebel Army & very outragious 


do. 


Forfar 


Voluntarly Enlisted^ Carried Arms & was 
at the Battle of Culloden with the Rebels 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms being hired out & was at 
Cullodeu Battle 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & was at 
the Battle of Falkirk 




do. 


Was hired by a Tenent, Carried Arms & 


Montrose^ 




went North with the Rebels 


Pris^ 



186 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Alex^ Reid 
Geo: Reid 
Peter Richie 
Will" Ritchie 
Alex'' Ramsay 
Robert Reid^ Jun^ 
Will" Robertson 
alias Bickers 



Alex' Robert 

S. 
John Stiven 



Alex' Sutherland 

David Smith 
James Stuart 

Alex' Shanks 

George Smith 



John Sheepherd 



Designations. 



Serv* to Geo« Smith 
Cottarman 
Servant 
Chapman 
Shoemaker 
do. 



Wright 



Shoemaker 

Sailor 
Merchant 



Wright 



Merch* 



Abode. 



Brechm 
Drums 
Leuchland 
Bumof Arrot 
Brechin 

do. 
Johnshaven 



Bervie 



Montrose 



do. 

do. 
do. 

Chappie 
Garry 
Nether Tene- 

m^ of Cald- 

hame 

Brechin 



Paridi. 



Brechin"^ 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. r 

do. f 
Benhofm 



Bervie 



Montrose 



do. 

do. 
do. 

Chappie of 

Garry 
Brechin 



Brechin 



MONTROSE BlSTRICr— Continued. 



187 



County. 



{ 



Meams 



do. 



Forfar 



do. 

do. 
do. 

Aberdeen 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms iii the Rebellion & have not 
as yet delivered them up 

Do. but surrendered on His Royal High- 
nesses Proclama^ at Montrose 

This man engaged with John Mitchell 
before mentioned^ was his Serjeant & 
became a notorious Robber in the Coun- 
tries through which he went. He was 
at Inverury Skirmish & the Battle of 
Culloden 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 



Was active in Raising men for the Rebels 
& in oppressing the Countrey for Horses 
& Carts & Transport the French Arms & 
Ammunition^ also in forcibly carrying off 
or Stealing Horses from the well affected 
to the Govemm* 

Carried Arms at Inverury, Falldrk & went 
North with the Rebels 
Do. do. do. 

Solemz^ the Pretender's Son's Birth day at 
Montrose Cross with the Rebels 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 

Was Lieu* in Ogilvie's Regim* and Levied 
Men for the Rebels. He was at Inver- 
ury Skirmish & the Battles of Falkirk & 
Culloden 

Bore Arms, was frequently Captain of the 
Guard over the Hazard Sloop Prisoners. 
Forced others into that Guard, assisted 
to Escort the French Arms and Ammuni- 
tion; was active in making prisoners 
such as had deserted from the Rebel 
Army whom he delivered into the hands 
of the Rebel Officers at Montrose, him- 



self joined Ferrier before 
Glenesk 



men 



td 



m 



Where at present. 



Lurking. 

at home. 
Lurking. 



kill'd. 



Montrose 
prison 



Lurking. 

do. 
His mother's 

house. 
Lurking. 

not known. 



Lurking. 



188 



USrr OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Andrew Sandyman 


Workman 


Tenem*« of 


Brechin \ 






Caldhame 






George Speed 


Servant 


Kintrochat 


do. 




John Smith 


Smith 


Tenem*« of 
Caldhame 


do. 


» 


John Scott 


Cooper 


Brechin 


do. 




John Strachan 


Servant 


Bridge End 
of Brechin 


do. 

4 




Walter Smart 


Workman 


Keithock 


do. 


John Straehan 


Butcher 


Nether Tene- 
ments of 
Caldhame 


do. 


John Scott 


Merchant 


Montrose 


Montrose 


James Stiven 


Apprentice to W™ 
Smith 


Achenblae 


Fordon 


James Stuart 


Brother to Redmyre 


Redmyre 


do. 


David Sheepherd 


Servant 


Ulysseshaven 


Craig 


John Sheepherd 


do. 


Ferryden 


do. 


Alex' Smith 


Farmer 


Boysuch 
Miln 


Kinnel 


Alex' Smith 


Servant 


Gitchhom 


Invorkeiler 


John Straehan 


Cottarman 


Cottown of 
Grange 


Kinnel 


James Stouter 


Brewer 


Arbroath 


Arbroath 


WUl"" Smith 


Threed Maker 


do. 


do. 


Alex' Smith 


Barber 


do. 


do. 


David Shanks 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 


John Shanks 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Dav* Scott 


Taylor 


do. 


do. 


David Scott 


Servant 


Balcathie 


Arbirlot 



MONTROSE m^RICr— Continued. 



189 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where at present. 




All earned Anns in the Rebellion & have 


Lurking. 




not delivered them up 






Delivered up himself on His Royal High- 


at home. 




nesses Prom^ at Montrose 






Apprehended upon Information and carried 


Prisoner. 




North 




Forfar 


Acted as Govemour of Montrose & Coll' 
of the Towns Cess. Sent Letters to 
severals of the Inhabitants & to some 
Gentlemen in the Country demanding 
money by way of Loan for the Pre- 
tender's Service & Quartered Rebel 
Soldiers on such as Refused 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebellion & went j 






with the Rebels > 


not known. 


do. 


Do. do. j 




do. 


Camed Arms being hired out^ was at the 
Battle of Culloden &c. about his 






Mother's house 


Lurking. 


do. 


Voluntarly Enlisted & carried Arms at the 
Battle of Falkirk 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Carried Arms at the Battle of Falkirk, was 


KiU'd. 




very active in Raising men <& pressing 


1 




horses for the Pretender's Service & in 






plundering houses, was a Serjeant 




do. 


Was hired Sc Carried Arms at Falkirk & 
went North with the Rebels 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms at Culloden Battle being 
hired 


do. 


do. 


^ ' 


at home. 


do. 




not known. 


do. 




do. 


do. 


• All camed Arms in the Rebel Service - 


do. 


do. 




Stirling pris^ 


do. 




do. do. 


do. 


J ^ 


Lurking. 



190 



LIST OF KEBEUS FROM 



James Soutor 
William Smith 



Thomas Stead 



T. 
Robert Thomson 



Colin Tindal 



David Tindal 
WiUiam Taylor 

William Taylor 

W. 
John Welsh 

Will" Welsh 
WilHam Walker 

Alex*- Wyllie 

John Welsh 



Desigiuitioiis. 



Abode. 



Servant 
POot 

Maltster 



I 

: Aiduthie 

! Stonhaven 
do. 



Factor to L<^ Arfouth- 
not 8c late Shirriff 
Deput 



Tenent 
Brewer 

Mariner 



Porter 

Servant 
Barber 

Dyster 

Mason 



Parkside 



Nether Pit- 
forthy 



do. 

Cottown of 
Garden 

Stonhaven 



Parish. 



Stonhaven 



do. 



Arbuthnot 



Brechin 



do. 



Kirkdon 



ClochnahiU 

Timtule 
Stonhaven 

do. 

do. 



Dunottre 
Fetteresso 



MONTROSE BISTBICF— Continued. 



191 



County. 

Meams 
Kincardin 

do. 



do. 



Forfar 



Kincardin 



do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ forced 

out, given up himself to the Minister 
Assisted in piloting the French Ships into 

the Harbour & carried Arms with the 

Rebels 
Carried Arms & took Horses for the Rebel 

Service 



This Gentlemen is said to have been very 
active in Engaging Lord Arbuthnot's 
Tenents to pay up the Levy money to 
the Rebels. It's said he was Quarter 
Master for Lord Pitsligo's men on their 
march to join the Rebel Army at Edinb' 
but upon his waiting upon the Young 
Pretender & not getting a Station from 
him suitable to his ambition he returned 
home & has lived quietly ever since 

Serjeant in L*^ Ogilvie's Regim^ Carried 
Arms with the Rebels at Inverury & 
Falkirk^ but left them on their Retreat 
to the North. Returned & gave up his 
Arms 

Made Prisoner on Information & carried to 
the north 

Was with the Rebels in England & till the 
Defeat at CuUoden where he is said to 
be 

Carried Arms & took Horses for the Rebel 
Service 



Carried Arms with the Rebels^ said to be 

forced 
Carried Arms in Said Army as a Volunteer 
Carried Arms & was active in pressing 

horses for the Rebels 
Carried Arms & acted as Deput Collector 

for the Rebels in the Meams 
Carried Arms & went North with the Rebels 



Where they ( 
now are. 



at home, 
at home. 

do. 



at home. 



at home. 



Prisoner. 



KiU'd. 
at home. 



Lurking. 

do. 
at home. 

Lurking. 

do. 



19S 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Abode. 



Parish. 



Wil]» Williamson 

Robert Wright 
Robert Walker 



James Watson 
Francis Wyllie 



Patrick Wallace 



Tho« Watson 
Tho» Wilkie 
John Watson 



David Wilson 
Wood 



John Webster 



Andrew Webster 
John Wilson 

Robert Wyllie 

W°» Walker 

William Watson 

William Wisehart 



Shoemaker 

da 
Young 

Cottar 
Servant 

Provost 



Merchant 



Montrose 

do. 
Boysham 



Highome 
Pumiln 

Arbroath 



Brewer 

do. 
of Allardie 



Chelsea Pensioner 



Wright 

Son to Thos. Wilson 

Brewer & Merchant 

Residenter 

Son to W" Watson, 

late Weaver 
Residing in 



Montrose 

do. 
Kinnel 



Craig 
Famel 

ArlHXMith 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Letham 

Arbroath 



do. 
Farrie 

Achenblea 

do. 

Westown of 
Glenbervie 
Johnshaven 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
St. Vigeans 

Arbroath 



do. 
St. Vigeans 

Fordon 

do. 



Benholm 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Con/im^rf. 



198 



County. 



Forfar 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



do. 
4o. 



do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
Forfar 



Kincardin 



Carried Arms^ were at Inverury^ Falkirk & 
went North with the Rebels 

Behaved discreetly in the Country, was 
Ensign in Rebel Army, at Falkirk & 
went North with it 

Carried Arms voluntarly 8c was at Falkirk 
& Culloden Battles with the Rebels 

Carried Arms & tho* forced out at first 
might have escaped, but continued and 
was at Culloden 

had a Commis'^ as Govemour of Arbroath 
for the Rebels, raised & commanded two 
Companys of men in their Service & was 
active in Landing the French soldiers 

Carried Arms in England &c. with the 
Rebels worth 25 Lib. yearly of Land Rent 

Assisted in piloting a French Ship from 
Arbroath to Montrose 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & was in 
England <&c. with them 

Carried Arms <& kept Guard for the Rebels. 

Was along at Edini^ & since in the North 
with the Rebels, has a 100 Libs of Land 
Rent. 

Taught the Rebels the Exercise of the 
Firelock & assisted them in Levying 
money in the Country 

Carried Arms with the Rebels at Falkirk &c 

Was one of the Rebel Hussars, went with 
them to England & was taken 

Proclaimed the Pretender & read his Mani- 
festo at Fordon Cross 

Concerned in proclaims^ Do. publishing his 
Manifesto at Fordon & Ringing the Bell 

Carried Arms with the Rebels, has sub- 
mitted to His Majesty's mercy 

Enlisted with Robert Mitchell & assisted 
in apprehending Mess" Gray & Bisset 
in manner before mentioned, was in 
Arms assisting to Liver a French Ship 
at Ston haven, went as a Spy to Aber- 
deen & was taken 



N 



Where they 
now are. 



Montrose 
prison. 

Lurking, 
do. 



Arbroath 

Lurking. 
Lurking. 



Prisoner, 
do. 
do. 



Prisoner. 



Prisoner, 
at home. 

do. 

at home. 



Prisoner. 



194 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Alex^ Walker 
George Wade 


Residing in 
Workman 


Bervie 
Brechin 


Bervie 
Brechin 


James Warden 


Drummer 


do. 


do. 


William Webster 


Chapman 


do. 


do. 


Charles WiUox 

John White 
Robert Vallantine 


Mason in Upper 

Weaver 
Servant 


Tenements of 
Caldhame 
Dalladies 
Johnstone 


do. 

FeUercair 
Laurance 
Kirk 


Y. 








Robert Young 


Tenent 


Leuchland 


Brechin 


Walter Young 


Sailor 


Montrose 


Montrose 


Alex^ Young 


do. 


do. 


do. 


A. 








John Allan 


Weaver 


Kincardin 


Fetteressc 


Geo. Abemethie 


Serv* to Ld Halkerton 




Marykirk 



MONTROSE BISTRICF—CofUinued. 



195 



County. 



Kincardin 



Kincardin 
do. 



Forfar 



do. 



Kincardin 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms for the Rebels as a Volunteer 
Surrendered himself with Arms on his 

Royal Highnesses proclam'^ at Montrose 
was forced to serve the Rebels as Drununery 

surrendered on s*^ proclamation 
Carried Arms with the Rebels, deserted 

before the Battle of Culloden & sur- 

rended himself to Major Lafusille at 

Brechin, 
was apprehended upon Information & 

carried North 
Carried Arms during the whole Rebellion 
do. for said time 



Acted as Captain in L"^ Ogilvie's 2<^ Bat- 
talion, assisted in taking the Hazard 
Sloop, Levied men & money for the 
Rebels, was with them at Inverury 
Skirmish & the Battles of Falkirk & 
Culloden 

Carried Arms as Serjeant in the Rebel 
Army & was at Inverury Skirmish & 
Falkirk Battle & went North 

Carried Arms & was at Inverury, Falkirk 
& went North with the Rebels 



Carried Arms as Serjeant & was active in 
taking up horses for the Rebel Service 

Carried Arms with the Rebels during the 
whole Rebellion 



Where they 
now are. 



Lurking, 
at home. 

do. 



Prisoner. 

at home, 
do. 



not known. 



Montrose Pris^ 



Lurking. 



at home* 
Lurking. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BY MR GEO. CRUICKSHANK 



Names. 


Designatioas. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 
David Anderson 


Servant 


Forfar 


Forfar 


David Aldie 


Jomneyman Weaver 


do. 


do. 


David Adamson 


Chapman 


Kirrymuir 


Kurymuir 


Tho» Alexander 


Workman 


Bonnygarrow 


do. 


James Adamson 


Farmer 


Kingoldram 


Kingoldrom 


James Anderson 


Son to Dav^ Anderson 


Bougiehall 


Lintrethan 


John Allan 


Workman 


Pitmody 


do. 


James Alexander 


Serv^ to Davd Alex- 
ander 
Living at 


Garlay 


do. 


John Anderson 


Navoy 


Navoy 


John Arrat 


Gentleman 


Faffirty 


Glammis 


James Anderson 


Single man 


Linross 


Airly 


Thomas Anderson 
David Anderson 
Laurance Anderson 


Servant to Mr. Crighton 

Living at 

Servant to Lefenday 


Ruthven 

Eassie 

Pendreech 


Ruthven 

F«assie 

Lefenday 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
EXAMR OFFICIATING AT DUNDEE. 



County. 



Forfar 

do. 
Angus 

Angus 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 

do. 

Perth 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms in LA Ogilvie's Rebel Regi- 
ment being hired by the Countiy 
do. in said Regim^ being also hired 

by do. 
Carried Arms, surrendred them to the 

Baillie before Falkirk Battle & submitted 

to mercy 
do. in L^ Ogilvie's Regim* being 

pressed out 
Was Serj* in s^ Regim* & Extorted money 

from the Country to Raise men for the 

Rebels 
Carried Arms in s^ Regim^ — since the 

Battle of CuIIoden 
do. as Volunteer in Ogilvie's Regim* 

surrendered himself with Arms before 

Falkirk B. 
do. Deserted the Rebels at Stirling Sc 

never joined after 
Carried Arms with the Rebels, hired out 

by Will"* White 
Was Lieu' in the Rebel Army & burnt the 

Books & papers in the Custom ho. at 

Montrose 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, hired out 

by Ja" Crighton who was Compell'd to 

do it 
Attended liis Master along with the Rebels 
Carried Arms, was hired by James Hood 
Join'd the Rebels as a Volunteer some time 

before the affair of Falkirk & went North 



Where they are for 
the present. 



Lurking. 

do. 
at home. 

do. 
at home. 

come home. 
at home. 

at home, 
not known. 
Fled 

not known. 



Lurking, 
not known. 
Lurking. 



198 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Alex' Anton 


Shoemaker 


Meggle 


Meggle 


John Andrew 


Cottar 


Cottown of 
Aflect 


Monykie 


David Archer 


Weaver 


Seggiewell 


do. 


David Auchinleck 


Vintiner 


Dundee 


Dundee 


B. 






1 


Thomas Blair 


of Glassclone 


Dundee 


Dundee 


James Brown 


Taylor 


do. 


do. 


John Blyth 


Ship Master 


do. 


do. 


John Brown, Jun'^ 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


Thos. Bire 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Allan Bovey 

Patrick Biberny 
Dav<* Butcher 


Servant 

Mason 
Servant 


do. 

do. 
Pitschellie 


do. 

do. 

do. 

Barry 


David Baxter 


Serv' to Jas Kinnie 


On thank 


Forgan 


James Beg 


Cooper 


Forgan 




Patrick Buckard 
Andrew Black 


Smith 
Ground Officer 


Benvie 
Alyth 


Benvie 
Alyth 


David Brown 


Merchant 


Conpar 


Coupar 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Cojrftnuerf. 



199 



County. 
Perth 

Forfkr 

do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Forfar 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

Perth 



Forfar 
Angus 

Perth 



Carried Arms, assisted Rattray of Dunoon 
in oppressing the Country & was at the 
Battle of Culloden 

Carried Arms & was at Falkirk & Stirling 
with the Rebels, of late surrendred him- 
self 

Deserted from the Royal Army, carried 
Arms with the Rebels at Falkirk & Stirling 

Served in the Rebel Life Guards from after 
Preston Battle Sc was at Falkirk &c. 



Was Lieu' Coll., very active in raising men 
& was at the Battles of Falkirk & Cul- 
loden 

Drank the Pretender s health & Confusion 
to his Majesty King George 

Opened the packet & read the Le" went 
on the head of a party w* Carpen" to 
Refitt a French ship at Montrose & sent 
off Lady Strathmore & her Factor 
Forbes a Rebel to France in his own 
ship 

Assisted in opening the Packet & Reading 
the Letters, was Imprisoned at Dundee 
but 

Was Ensign in the Rebel Army, was at 
the Battle of Falkirk & went North 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in do. was at 
Falkirk Battle & went North 

Do. do. 

Carried Arms with the Rebels, was at 
Falkirk Battle & Stirling Seige 

Do. in L^ Ogilvie's Regim* & was at the 
Battles of Falkirk and Culloden 

Carried Arms in said Regim' & went with 
them to Perth 

Do. & was at fPalkirk & Culloden Battles 

Uplifted the Cess for the Rebels & was 
active in forcing out men to the Rebellion 

Carried Arms, was at Inverury Skirmish & 
active in raising men for the Rebels 



Where they are 
for the present. 



come home. 

at home. 

Liu-king. 
not known. 



Prisoner in 
Bergen in 
Norway. 

Prisoner, Dun- 
dee. 

not known. 



Admitted to 
Baill. 

not known. 

Prisoner. 

not known. 
Prisoner. 

at home. 

do. 

do. 
Lurksf near 

home, 
at home. 



aoo 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Charles BaUlie 

Andrew Bruce 

James Brown 

David Black 
William Bell 

William Bamet 
James Brown 



William Bell 
John Barry 
Geo« Barclay 

Dav<* Brown 

James Barry 

William Blair 
Thomas Brounhills 

Alex^ Bowar 

Alex^ Binny 

James Ballingal 

Will°» Bean 
John Bobemo 



C. 

John Cando 

W"» Cochran, Jun^" 

W°> Cochran, Sen' 

William Cambell 



Designations. 



Town Baillie 

Ploughman 

do. 

do. 
Ploughman 

do. 
Weaver 



Workman 

Taylor 

Workman 

Grandchild to Dav^ 

Brown 
Workman 

do. 
Labouring Servant 

of Meathie 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Mason 



Abode. 



Weaver 
Wright 

Late Factor to L^ 

Nairn 
Sailor^ son to y' ShirrifF 

dep' 



Glamis 

Braidston 

Wallflat 

Airly 
Kinatie 

ft 

Baickie 
Easter Kin- 
ordy 

Clockmill 

do. 
Kirry Muir 

do. 



Parish. 



Know 
Kinnard 

Meathie 

Newmill 

Forfar 

do. 
Mill of Loor 



Kincaimie 
Jackstown 

do. 

Carsgowry 



Glamis 

do. 

do. 

Airly 
Airly 

do. 
Kinymuir 



do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

Kingoldram 

do. 
Kinnard 

Inverarity 

Tanidys 

Forfar 

do. 
do. 



Capoth 
Auchter- 
gaven 
do. 

Roswby 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Con^mt^d. 



201 



Cotmty. 

Angus 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Angus 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Perth 

Forfar 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 



Perth 
do. 

do. 

Forfer 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Accepted of a Captain's Commission from 

the Rebels but Retracted 
Carried Arms in Rebel Army for Tho» 

Wright being compell'd 
Carried Arms in said Army^ said to be 

forced 

Do. do. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, said to 

be forced 
Do. do. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, sur- 

rendered himself & Arms since Culloden 

B« 
Do. do. 

Do. do. 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L*^ Ogilvie's 

Regim* 
Do, Plundered Gentlemen's & Ministers' 

houses 
Do. in lA Ogilvie's Regim* returned since 

Battle of Falkirk 
Do. since Cull<^ Battle 
Bore Arms & went into England with the 

Rebels & there made 
Had a Commiss'^ in the Rebel Army & 

forced out his Tenents into Rebellion 
Was Quarter Master in L^ Ogilvie's Regim* 

& very active 
Was Ensign in Do. Collected the Excise 

at Forfar & Granted his Recepts yrfor 
Was Soldier in Do. hired by the Country 
Do. do. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Was Servant to Lord Nairn, appeared 

early in Arms in the Rebellion 
Was active in perswading the Tenents to 

raise in Rebellion 
Acted as Lieu* in LA Ogilvie's Regiment 



What is become 
of them. 



I 



at home. 

not known. 

do. 

Fled, 
fled the 
country. 

do. 
at home. 



do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

at home. 

Prisoner. 
Prisoner. 

Lurking. 

do. 

Prisoner. 
Lurking. 



not known, 
do. 

at home. 

Bergen, Pris^ 



SOS 



IJST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


David Cable 


Servant 


Forfar 


Forfar 


David Cowtie 


Late Baillie in Forfar 


do. 


do. 


Alex^ Chrystie 


Serv* to sd Baillie 
Cowtie 


do. 


do. 


Andrew G>mall 


pendickle man 


Carsbum 


do. 


James Crockat 


Workman 




Kingoldram 


Thos. Cairncross 


do. 




do. 


David Clark 


do. . 


Strone 


Kinymuir 


Alex^ Clark 


do. 


Braes Ald- 
allan 


Lintrethan 


David Cochran 


do. 


Kinymuir 


Kinymuir 


John Candow 


Serv* to J" Candow 


Longdrum 


Lintrethan 


James Clark 


Servant to Jas. Wright 


Bene 


do. 


David Craik 


Son to Dav<* Craik 


Nether 


do. 


John Craik 


Workman 


Seythy 
Upper Seithy 


do. 


James Chaplain 


do. 


Arronbongue 


do. 


Thos. Crighton 


Brother to Geo: 


Brulzeon 


do. 


John Calinoch 


Crighton 
Serv* to W°> Ogilvy 


Meikle 


Lintrethan 


John Crighton 


Serv* to Thos. Adam 


Kenny 

Cheitlay 


do. 


David Copens 


Workman 


Bamton 


Kingoldram 


Charles Clark 


do. 


Bank 


Kirry Muir 


James Crow 


Mason 


Dundee 


Dundee 


Alex' Criehton 


Workman 


do. 


do. 


John Cook 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Camegy 


of Balmachy 


do. 


do. 



DUNDEE BISTRICF— Continued. 



SOS 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


What is become 
of them. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in said Regiment being hired^ 
has surrendered himself 


at home. 


do. 


Volunteer in Rebel Army, Enticed by 
Meathie Bowar his Brother in Law 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Carried Arms in lA Ogilvie's Regim* hired 
by the Country 


Lurking. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


Angus 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said Regim* 






— Since CuUoden B. 


at home. 


do. 


Do. do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Press'd to serve in said Regim* — Since Cul- 






loden B. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L*^ Ogilvie's 






Regim* — Since Falkirk B. 


do. 


do. 


Served a Volunteer in said Regiment — 






Since Culloden Battle 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms for a Moneth being pressed, 
but deserted & never join'd again 


do. 


do. 


Delivered up his Arms to the Minister & 






submitted — Since the Battle of Falkirk 


at home. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Deserted the Rebels at Leith but was 
afterwards forced to assist in raising men 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms with the Rebels, deserted 
them at Carlisle & never after join'd 


do. 


do. 


Do. as a Volunteer in L<* Ogilvie's Regi- 






ment — Since Culloden B. 


do. 


Angus 


Went along with his Master to the Rebel- 






lion but never bore arms : since Culloden 


a Prisoner 


do. 


Press'd out, declared to the Minister he 
had left his Arms ik submitted : Since 






Falkirk 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in Rebellion being press d. 






went to England : & at Carlisle 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Carried Arms in L<^ Ogilvie's Regim* being 






forced : since Culloden 


at home. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in Rebel Army, 
was at Falkirk Battle & went North 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Do. do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Was Ensign in the Rebel Army, Carried 


not known. 




Arms at Falkirk & went North 





S04 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Alex'f Crook, Sen'' 



Alex^ Crook, Jun*" 



Thomas Chalmers 

James Clark 

Thomas Carre 

Tho» Crighton 

John Crighton 

Thomas Crighton 

John Cargill 
And^ Chalmers 
Arch^ Cuthbert 
Alex' Clark 

John Clark 
John Catineaugh 

John Crighton 

Peter Chrvstie 



Names. 


Designations. 


Alex' Crichton 


Porter 


Thomas Crighton 


Surgeon 


John Crichton 
D' George Colvile 


Sailor 
Physician 


John Constable 


Wright 


Will«° Crockat 


Son to Doctor Crockat 



Surgeon 



Son to do. 



Son to Will«° Chalmers 

Sailor 

Weaver 

Gentleman 

do. 

Ploughman 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do, 
do. 

do. 

do. 



Abode. 



Dundee 



do. 



do. 
do. 



do. 



Coupar 
do. 



do. 



Whitside 

Green hall 

Cottown of 

Afflect 
Ruthven 

do. 



do. 



Parish. 



Dundee 



do. 



do. 
do. 



do. 

Coupar 

do. 

do. 

Alyth 
Barry 
Monykie 
Ruthven 

do. 

do. 



Bradeston 


Airly 


Glamiss 


Glamiss 


Balnamoon 


do. 


Newtoun of 


do. 


Glamiss 




Thomtoun 


do. 


Kainie 


Gingothrum 


Lardean 


Airly 


Lindertes 


do. 



DUNDEE BI^rmCF— Continued. 



806 



County. 



Forfar 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



do. 



do. 
do. 



do. 

Perth 

do. 

do. 

Perth 
Forfar 

do. 
Angus 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 



Joined the Rebels after Preston & continued 
with them till disperst, was Imprison'd but 

Acted as Surgeon, joined after Preston & 

carried Arms with the Rebels till after 

Culloden 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Physician in the Rebel Army, joined them 

after Preston & cont** to the end : in the 

North 
Carried Arms & was at Falkirk and Cul- 
loden Battles with the Rebels 
Do. & was at Culloden &c. with the Rebels 

& was active in raising men &c money 
Surgeon-Major to the Athole Brigade : 

forc'd out : was in England : has charge 

of the sick soldiers at Coupar 
his father's servant, was in Arms for the 

Rebels, he & his Father returned home 

5^ feb' 1746 
Carried Arms in L*^ Ogilvie's Regiment; 

taken at Carlisle 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, was at 

the Battles of Falkirk & Culloden 
Do. was at Falkirk Battle & Stirling Seige, 

surrendered himself at Arbroath 
Son to the Laird of Ruthven, was Lieu^ in 

the Rebel Army & raised men & money 
Son to do. was also Lieu^ & guilty of the 

same crimes with his Brother 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, hired by 

the Country 
Do. do. 

Do. do. 

Do. Hired by a Country man 

Do. do. 

Do. do. 

Enlisted voluntarly & carried Arms with 

the Rebels 
Carried Arms in Rebellion, hired out by a 

Country man 
Do. do. 



What *s become 
of them. 



admitted to 

Baill. 
near Blair 
Go wery Lurks^. 

not known. 



lurking. 
Lurking. 

do. 

Keeps his own 
house at Gen^ 
Husk'sdesire. 

at home. 



pnsoner. 
Prisoner. 

at home. 

fled the 
country, 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
at home. 

not known. 

do. 



S06 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Thomas Crighton 


Ploughman 


Glamiss 


Glamiss 


Dav^ Gumming 




Eassie 


Eassie 


D. 
John Duncan 


Carpenter 


Dundee 


Dundee 


James Dalglish 
William Davidson 


Labouring man 
Joumyman Silver- 
smith 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


Alex^ Duff 
Peter Duncan 
Alex'f Douny 
Gilbert Drummond 


Apprentice 
Workman 
Servant 
Servant to Aldie 


do. 

do. 
Mire side 
Meikleour 


do. 

do. 
Coupar 
Capoth 


William Dick 
John Dow 


Serv* to Kincaimie, 

Jun'^ 
Serv* to L^ Nairn 


Kincaimie 
Stanly 


do. 
Auchter- 


Andrew Dougal 
Drummond 


do. 
of Logy Almond 


do. 
Logic Almond 


gaven 
do. 
Muneddie 


John Doig 


Pendickleman 


Carsebum 


Forfar 


John Davie. 


Servant to Dodievoe 


Dodievoe 


Kinymuir 


John Duthie 
James Dougal 


Weaver 
Surgeon 


Kirdhill 
Kirrymuir 


do. 
do. 


James Duncan 


Workman 


Balnyboth 


do. 


James Duncan 
Charles Duncan 
John Duncan 


do. 
do. 
Serv*toThos. Hanton 


Cromuir 
Haugh 
Foster Coall 


do. 

do. 

Lintreth 


John Donald 
David Anderson 


Do. to Alex^ Farquhar- 
son 


Ingzeon 
F^assie 


do. 
Eassie 


Ebenezer Douny 


Ploughman 


Blackhill 


Glamiss 



DUNDEE BISTRICr— Continued. 



207 



County. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Angus 
do. 



Forfar 

do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 

Perth. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

Forfar 

Angus 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Carried Arms in Rebellion^ hired out by a 

Country man 
Do. do. 



Joined the Rebel Army after Preston 
Battle & continued with it till the end 

Employed as above 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer, was at Fal- 
kirk Battle and went North with the 
Rebels 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Do. do. 

Do. and was at the Battle of Culloden 

Carried Arms with the Rebels during the 
whole Rebellion as a Volunteer 

Employed as above 

Employed as above 

Employed as above 

Suspected of Treason, apprehended & In- 
carcerate in 

Served in LA Ogilvie's Rebel Regim* hired 
by the Country 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L^ Ogilvie's 
Regiment 

Employed as above 

Acted as Bail He in Kirrymuir under the 
Pretender's authority 

Carried Arms in L** Ogilvie's Regim*, 
being press' d : since Culloden 

Employed as above : do. 

Employed as above : do. 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L*^ Ogilvie's 
Regim* ; do. 

Employed as a last above : do. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army; hired 

by a Country man in his Room 
Do. do. 



What 's become 
of them. 



fled the 

Country, 
not known. 



not known. 

Lurking. 
Dundee, Pri- 
soner. 

not known. 

do. 
at home. 
Prisoner. 

not known. 

do. 

do. 

Stirling Castle. 
Lurking. 

Pris^ at Car- 
lisle, 
do. 
at home. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

not known. 

do. 



5i08 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



John Duthie 

Alex*^ Dalgaims 
Peter Doctor 
John Deughars 
Robert Douglas 



E. 
John Eclward 

Dav*^ Edward 
Alex'f Edward 

James Edward 

Andrew Easson 

John Edward 

Andrew Edward 



Alex' Edward 



John Edward 



James Edward 



Andrew Edward 

John Edward 
Andrew Edward 



Designations. 



Ploughman 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Workman 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Labouring man 



Tenent 



Son to Alex"^ Edward 



Serv* to W°» Gruar 

Do. to John Edward 
Chapman 



Abode. 



Newtown of 

Airly 

Glen Ogilvie 

do. 
Brigton 



Nethertoun 
Boghead 

Pirsy 
New Mill 



Bottam 



Newbigging 



Hillockhead 



Needs 



West Re- 
veamy 

Purgave 

Greenlamirth 
Breas 



Pkrish. 



Airly 



Glamiss 

do. 
Kennetles 



Kinymuir 

do. 
Kingoldrom 

do. 

Lintrethan 



do. 



do* 






do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 



DUNDEE mSTRlCT— Continued. 



209 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


What *s become 
of them. 


Angus 


Carried Anns in the Rebel Army ; hired by 
a Country man in his Room 


not known. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Conveening his Tenents to the Rebels & 


at the Goat 




oblidged them to send 9 men into 


Whey. 




Rebellion 




Angus 


Carried Arms in L^ Ogilvie s Regim*, being 






forced thereto. — Since Culloden 


at home. 


do. 


Do. do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said Regim^ 
& was at Inverury Skirmish 


Killed. 


do. 


Pressed to serve in said Regim*, deserted 
before the Battle of Falkirk 


at home. 


do. 


Press d to carry Arms w* the Rebels. 
Deserted at Carlisle & accepted of Gen* 
Wade's Indemnity 


do. 


do. 


Do. deserted & accepted as above ; but 
was found & press' d again & deserted 
after Falkirk 


do. 


do. 


Press'd to the Rebel Service ; deserted at 
Dumblain on their Rout west; was press'd 
again, deserted at Stirling, delivered up 
his Arms to the Minister. Submitted 






to his Majesty's mercy & is ever since 


at Home. 


do. 


Compelled to carry Arms w* the Rebels. 
Deserted them at Carlisle and never 
join'd after 


at Home. 


do. 


Press'd to carry Arms in the Rebels, 
deserted them at Carlisle & would not 
join again tho' they kindled a fire to 
bum his house 


at home. 


do. 


Was press'd to the Rebel Service. Deserted 
& took the benefite of Gen* Wade's pro- 
clam° 


do. 


do. 


Press'd to serve in L** Ogilvie's Regim*. 
Deserted after Falkirk B. 


do. 


do. 


Employ' d as the last above in every Respect 


do. 


do. 


Was a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's Regim* 


do. 




left them after Falkirk B. 





o 



210 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


John Eacie 


labouring Serv* 


Braidiston 


Airly 


John Ellis 


do. 


Cardean 


do. 


Alex"" Ellis 


do. 


Glen Ogilvy 

• 


Glamiss 


F. 
David Farquh'ar 


labouring Servant 


Lindertes 


Airly 


Andrew Feithie 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Silvester Fenton 


do. 


Linross 


do. 


Thomas Filp, Jun^ 


do. 


Lindertes 


do. 


Thomas Filp, Sen^ 


do. 


Thorntoun 


do. 


Joseph Ferguson 
John Feithy 

John Fraser 


do. 
Servant to W™ Smith, 

Wright 
Maltman 


Braideston 
Kirrymuir 

do. 


do. 
Kirrymuir 

do. 


James Findlay 


Workman 


Meams 


do. 


James Findlay 
David Fenton 


do. 
Farmer 


Brunty leave 
Little Kenny 


do. 
Kingoldrum 


Will°» ffroster 


Workman 


Kincloon 


do. 


Rob* ffletcher 


of Balinsho, Jun' 


Balinsho 


Kirrymuir 


James Fenton 


Workman 


Kincloon 


Kingoldrum 


Alex' Farquharson 


Farmer 


Ingzeon 


Lintrethan 


John Farquarson 


do. 


Over Seythy 


do. 


Alex. fTarquharson 


Workman 


East Revemy 


do. 


Silvester Forrester 


do. 


Ley 


do. 


Will™ Farquharson 


do. 


West Coull 


do. 


Alex' Forbes 


Serv* to James Craik 


Bridge End 


do. 


James Farquharson 


son to Jas. Farquharson 


Westertoun 


do. 


Will™ (farquharson 


of Broughdurg 

1 


Broughdurg 


Genacly 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Cotainued. 



311 



Coanty. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


What *s become 
of them. 


Angus 


Carried Arms voluntarly with the Rebels ; 
was active in forcing out others & op- 
pressing the Country 


Bradiston. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army: being 
hired by a Country man 


not known. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


Angus 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, being 
hired by a country man 


not known. 


do. 


Employed as the last above in every 
Respect 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L^ Ogilvie s 






Regim*. — Since Culloden B. 


at Home. 


do. 


Do. Since do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Press'd to Bear Arms in said Regim^ do. 


do. 


do. 


Lieu* in the Rebel Army, extorted money 






from the Country to raise men with. do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as Volunteer in Ogilvie's 
Regim* do. 


do. 


do. 


Was Major in L^ Ogilvie's Regim*, neither 






raised men nor money, made Prisoner 


at Bergen. 


do. 


Voluntarly carried Arms in said Regim^ — 






Since Culloden B. 


at Home. 


do. 


Tiieu* in the Rebel Army. Refused to 






raise men or money tho' ordered do. 


do. 


do. 


Lieu* in do. Violently press'd men & ex- 






torted money for that service. do. 


do. 


do. 


Compeird to bear Arms in 1/ Ogilvie s 
Regim* deserted after Falkirk Battle 


do. 


do. 


Employed as the last above in every Re- 
spect 


do. 


do. 


Press'd by the Rebels to bear Arms 


not known. 


do. 


Do. said to be drown'd 


do. 


do. 


Press'd to serve in L^ Ogilvie's Regim* 
deserted after the Battle of Falkirk 


at Home. 


do. 


was Captain in Do. — SinceCulloden Battle 


do. 



S12 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Rob* ffletcher 


of Benchy, Jun^ 


Benchy 


Forfar 


Will"* Fodd 
James Fife 


Pendickle man 
Servant 


Carsbum 
Forfar 


do. 
For&r 


Tho« Fotheringham 


of Bandaine 


Dundee 


Dundee 


David ffbthering- 
ham 


Merchant 


do. 


o. 


Thomas fTentor 


Serv* to Will°» Marshall 


do. 


do. 


Rob* fTerguson 


Threed maker 


do. 


do. 


Charles ffife 

Tho« fTotheringham 

Joseph Ferguson 

George Forbes 

Will°^ Farquhar 


Surgeon 

Merchant 

Weaver 

Factor to Lady Strath- 
more 
Taylor 


do. 

do. 
Chappie of 

Keillor 
Castle Lyon 

Myth 


do. 
do. 
do. 

ffbrgan 

Myth 


Pat^ ffarquhar 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


John Fogo 


Farmer 


Balmacollie 


Auchter- 
gaven 


G. 








James Greig 


Tenent 


Woodhill 


Burray 



DUNDEE BISTRICr— Continued. 



213 



County. 



Angus 

do. 
Forfar 

do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

Perth 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Forfar 



was Major in L^ Ogilvie's Regim*, made 

Prisoner at 
Carried Arms in do. In the Country 
Carried Arms in lA Ogilvie's Regim*, hired 

by the Country being forced to send men 
Join'd in the Rebel Life Guards after 

Preston Battle & continued till dispers't^ 

Lurking 

Was Govemour of Dundee for the Rebels & 
was very active, managed in a Tyrannical 
manner 

Was a Volunteer at the Battle of Falkirk 
& went North with the Rebels 

Employed as the last above in all Respects 

Acted the Surgeon in the Rebel Army 
Served in the Pretender's Son's Life Guards 
Carried Arms with the Rebels, hired by the 

Country Farmers who were forced thereto 
Was Master of Horses to the Pretender's 

Son & at Preston Battle 
Carried Arms in L^ Ogilvie's 2d Battalion 

Bore Arms for the Rebels at Inverury 
Skirmish 

Was in the Council house of Perth with the 
Rebels on the annivers^^ of his Majesty 
birth-day but accidentally : He being L^ 
Nairn's Factor came into Perth that 
night about some private Business of his 
Master's, at which instant a Tumult 
happening 'twixt the Town's People & 
the Rebels he fled into the Council 
house fearing violence from the former 
on his s^ Master's acco* whom they knew 
to be in the Rebellion. He never car- 
ried Arms nor had any Station in the 
Rebel Army, this by certain Intelligence 



Joined the Rebels at Dundee 13*^ Jan'^ 
174^/6 & carried Arms with them 



"What *s become 
of them. 



Bergen. 

Lurking. 

Lurking. 



about Glen- 
shoe. 

Bergen, Pri- 
soner. 

not known. 

Dundee, Pri- 
soner, 
not known. 

do. 
at home. 

gone abrode. 

Lurking near 

home. 
Lurking. 

at home. 



in Arbroath 
prison. 



214 



UST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



George Gourlie 



James Gourlie 
Gilbert Gibson 



John Gibson 



Andrew Gray 
Robert Greenhill 
James Glenday 
William Gammack 



David Gibson 

Dav^ Gray 
Dav** Graham 

Alex*" Graham 
Robert Guthrie 

James Gibb 
George Geigie 
John Gibson 
James Graham 

Peter Gleny 



George Gower 
Partick Grant 



Designations. 



Weaver 



do. 



Weaver 



Greive to Brigtoun 



do. 



Clerk 



Porter 

Servant 
Merchant 

Writer 
Merchant 

Sailor 
Weaver 

do. 
late of Duntroun 

Weaver 



Workman 
Farmer 



Abode. 



Panbridge 

do. 
Clayholls 



Cottown 



Glammis 
Bridgetoun 
Ready 
Glammis 



Dundee 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Pittnepy 



Alyth 
Shillhill 



Parish. 



Panbridge 

do. 
Munykie 



do. 



Glammis 
Kinnetties 
Airly 
Glammis 



Dundee 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



Coupar 



Alyth 
Kirrymuir 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Con^MwJ. 



215 



County. 



Forfar 



do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



do. 

Angus 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Forfar 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

Perth 



do. 
Angus 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, sur- 
rendered them after Cull od en B. to the 
Min^ of the parish 

Did the same as the last above in all respects 

Enlisted with the Rebels, never took arms 
but the Benefite of His Royal High- 
nesses Proclamation & delivered himself 
up to the Minister 

Carried Arms, was at Falkirk Battle Sc 
Stirling Seige, surrendered himself to 
the Commaniif off' in Arbroath 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's 
^ BatUllion 

Was Serj* in do. Threatened the Minister 
on a Sunday for praying for his Majesty 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army for Isobel 
Cathrae who was forced to hire him 

Entertained the Rebels, drunk the Pre- 
tender's health &c Consented to & 
privitly assisted in Ringing the Bell on 
the anniversary of the Pret" son's Birth 
day 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army at the 
Battles of Falkirk & Culloden 

Employed as the last above 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards, 
was at the Battle of Falkirk &c. 

Employed as the last above 

Aided & assisted the Rebels, was active in 
braking open the post Bagg & Letters &c. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Do. 

Do. 

Carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's Life 
Guards 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & after 
his return from Inverury sk*^ surren^ 
them to M' Alison of Newhall 

Do. in L** Ogilvie's Regim* — now Prisoner 

Was a Captain in the Rebel Army, forced 
out Men & extorted money &om the 
country 



What *s become 
of them. 



at home. 



do. 

at home. 



at home. 

not known. 

do. 

do. 
at home. 



do. Lurking. 

Lurking, 
not known. 

do. 
Dundee, pri- 
soner, 
not known. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

at home. 



at Carlisle, 
in the north. 



216 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


John Glendy 


Weaver 


Denhead 
Logy 


Kirrymuir 


Donald Gow 


Workman 


Petewan 


Lintrethen 


Will°» Grower 


Serv* to Alex^ Far- 
quharson 


Cordauch 


do. 


James Gelletlie 


Brewer's Servant 


LifF 


LifF 


John Gray 
William Gray 


Weaver 

of Ballegemo 


Brankum 
Balligenio 


LifF 
Inchsture 


Will'a Greenhill 

David Greek 
John Gow 

FslV" Grant 

John Gordon^ Jun' 


Gardner 

Serv* to Stenton 
Servant to Aldie 

Farmer 

Barber and Wigmaker 


Kirktoun of 
Lefenday 

Stenton 

Auchter 
Gaven 

Sheelhill 

Forfar 


Lefenday 

Capoth 
Auchter- 

gaven 
Kirrymuir 
Forfar 


H. 
John Hobert 


Workman 


Nether Shell 


Kirrymuir 


John Hume 
Andrew How 


Labouring man 
Weaver 


Bandean 
Bumside of 
Kirkbuddo 


Inchture 
Guthrie 


David Home 
Charles Horn 


Labouring man 
Shoemaker 


Bandean 
Dundee 


Inchture 
Dundee 


Francis Henderson 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


Alex^ Henderson 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Thomas Haliburton 


Wright 


do. 


do. 


John Hutchen 
James Henderson 


Weaver 
Servant 


Lonend of 

Loor 
Forfar 


Forfar 
do. 



DUNDEE mSTRVJr—CoiUinued. 



217 



County. 



Angus 



do. 



do. 



Forfar 

do. 
Perth 

do. 

do. 
do. 

Forfar 
do. 



Angus 

Perth 
Forfar 



Perth 
Forfar 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



A volunteer in do. On P* May surren- 
dered himself & Arms to the Baillie of 
Kirrymuir 

Being press' d carried Arms with the Rebels, 
deserted at Carlisle & has submitted to 
mercy 

Carried Arms in Ogilvie's Reg* being 
press'd, deserted some time after Falkirk 
B. 

Do. & was at the Battles of Falkirk & 
Culloden 

Employed as the last above. Prisoner 

Was with the Rebels at Stirling, appre- 
hended & now a Prisoner 

Joined the Rebel Army after Preston Battle 
& continued till their Retreat from Stirling 

Employed as the last above 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army during the whole Rebellion 

Already entered above. 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's 
Regiment 



Forced to carry Arms in Lord Ogilvie's 

Regim* — Since Culloden B. 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army — Prisoner 
Carried Arms at the Battle of Falkirk but 

upon His R.H. proclam^ delivered them 

up to ye Min^ 
Do. in the Rebel Army & went to England 
Carried Arms as a Serj* of the Rebels, was at 

Falkirk Battle & went north with them 
Was aiding & assisting to the Rebels, was 

Incarcerate but admitted to Baill 
Was aiding Sec. Incarcerate & Baill'd & 

above 
Joined the Rebels at Edin^ & carried Arms 

with them till dispers't 
Carried Arms in L*^ Ogilvie's Rebel Regiment 



Do. 



in do. 



What *s become 
of them. 



at home. 

do. 

at home. 

do. 

in Perth. 

in Dundee. 
Lurking. 

do. near home, 
do. near home. 

kill'd. 



at home, 
at Carlisle, 
at home. 



Carlisle pris^ 
not known. 

at home. 

do. 
in Glenshoe. 
Lurking. 

do. 



218 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Patrick Hood 
Charles Henderson 

David Hunter 



David Haggart 



John Hackie 
James Henderson 
William Henderson 
Alex*" Henry 
William Hutcheson 



William Horn 



I. 
George Johnston 

Alex' Johnstoun 

James Johnston 
William Irvine 
Charles Jackson 

Alex' Johnston 



K. 
John Kin loch 

Andrew Kermock 
Sir James Kinloch 

Robert Kerry 



Designations. 



Weaver 
Servant 

of Bumside 



of Caimmuir 



Weaver 
Sclater 

do. 
Dyster 
Labouring man 



do. 



Abode. 



Factor to L** Panmuir 
Labouring Servant 



do. 
do. 



Brewer 



Silversmith 



of Kildry, Jun' 

Workman 
of Kinloch 

Tenent 



Forfar 
do. 

Grang of 
Monyfieth 



Kirkhill 



Dundee 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Cossens 



Holmill 



Balfour 

Glamis 

Balgony 
Ruthven 
Dundee 

do. 



Parish. 



Kildry 

Craig 
Dundee 

Newtoun of 
Panmuir 



Forfar 
Roscoby 

Monyfieth 



Capoth 



Dundee 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Glammis 



do. 



Glamis 

do. 
Ruthven 
Dundee 

do. 



Glenaily 

Kirrymuir 
Dundee 

Panbridge 



DUNDEE jyiSTRICr—Contiitued. 



219 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


What's become 
of them. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in L^ Ogilvie's Rebel Regiment 


Lurking. 


do. 


Do. in do. & was very active 






— said to be 


Kill'd. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms as a Captain in the Pretender's 


Prisoner at 


1 


Son's Life Guards. He was at Preston 


Bergen in 




Battle, went with the Rebels into Eng- 


Norway. 




land & was at the Battle of Culloden 




Perth 


In a publick company wish'd confusion to 
His Maj3^ & Army & success to the 
Rebels 


at Home. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Angus 


Carried Arms with the Rebels for a Country- 


do. 




man who was oblidged to find them a 


■ 




man 




do. 


Employed as the last above in every respect 


do. 


Angus 


Was aiding and assisting to the Rebells 


Pris*" at Dun- 
dee. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, hired by 
another who was oblidged to send a man 


not known. 


do. 


Employed as the last above 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Forfar 


Drank the Pretender's health as K. of G. 
Brettain &c. & His Majesty's confusion &c. 


Pris^in Dundee 


do. 


Joined the Pretender's Son's Life Guards 
after Preston, was at Falkirk B. & went 
North 


Pris^in Bergen. 


Angus 


Carried Arms as a Cap* in L** Ogilvie's 


Lurking near 




Regim* 


home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in said Regim* 


do. 


fforfar 


CoUonel in do. in 2** Battallion, joined after 






Preston Battle, is taken Si sent to 


Eng** prisoner. 


do. 


Enlisted himself and carried Arms in the 


In Arbroath 




Rebel Army 


pris^ 



280 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Alex^ Kinloch 


Brother to Sir James 
above 


• 


Meggle 


Charles Kinloch 


do. 




do. 


Peter Kinnair 


Labouring man 


Glenogilvy 


Ruthven 


L. 








James Lawson 

John Lundie 
James Low 
Thomas Lawson 

Lichton 
Alex^ Lacky 


Serv* to Sir John 

Ogilvy 
Workman 

Serv* to James Low 
Workman 

do. 

do. 


Coldhame 

Kirrymuir 

Colhaick 

Woodend 

Buckhood 

Kingoldrum 


Kurymuir 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Kingoldrum 


Patrick Lawson 


MUler 


Bridge End 


Lintrethen 


James Lawson 


Workman 


Wester Coull 


do. 


John Lowthian 


do. 


Easter Pole 


do. 


James Lownan 


Weaver 


Purgavie 


do. 


David Low 


Labouring man 


Glamiss 


Glamiss 


William Livieth 
John I^awson 
John Livieth 
John Laird 


do. 
do. 
do. 
Workman 


Nayston 
Armyfoul 
Nayston 
Glamiss 


do. 
do. 
do. 
Glammi.s 


Patrick Lyon 


of Raster Ogle 


Easter Ogle 


Tanidys 


David Lunan 


Weaver 


I^n End of 
Loor 


Forfar 


John Lunan 


do. 


do. 


do. 



DUNDEE BJSTRICF—Contimud. 



aai 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


What 's become 
of them. 


Perth 


Was Cap* in L^ Ogilvie s 2^ Battallion & 


In Engd Pri- 




oppressed the country by raising men & 


soner. 




money. 




do. 


was Cap* in the Athole Brigade^ oppress'd 
the country as his Brother & suffered 
the same fate 


do. 


Angus 


Carried Arms with the Rebels for a Farmer 
who was oblidged to find them a man 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L^ Ogilvie's 






Regiment. — since Culloden B. 


come home. 


do. 


Do. in do. since do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. in do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Press'd to carry Arms in do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Served as a Volunteer in do. Since do. 


do. 


do. 


Served a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's Regi- 






ment — since Culloden 


come home. 


do. 


Press'd by the Rebels & arms tyed to him. 


at Blackness, 




deserted at Carlisle and taken on his 


Pris^ 




way home 




do. 


Press'd to serve in L^ Ogilvie's Regim* 


at Carlisle 
Pris^ 


do. 


Being press'd, served in do. surrendered 
himself & arms to the Min^ after the 
Battle of Falkirk 


at home. 


do. 


Being press'd served and surrendered as 
the last above 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army for 
another who was oblidged either to go 
himself or find them a man 


not known. 


do. 


Employed as the last above in every respect 


not known. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in Lord 
Ogilvie's 2^ Battallion 


do. 


Forfar 


Had the Station of a Leu* in L^ Ogilvie's 
Regim* 


do. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in s^ Regim* being hired by 
the Country, has surrendered himself to 
the Min^ of Forfar 


at home. 


do. 


Acted as the last above in all Respects 


do. 



S2S 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Lyon 


Innkeeper 


Dundee 


Dundee 


Charles Lyon 


Son to James Lyon above 


do. 


do. 


Charles Lyon 


Silver Smith Appren- 
tice 


do. 


do. 


Andrew Laird 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


Andred Lovall 






Panbridge 


James Lumgair 






do. 


William Low 


Chapman 


Ballbowna 


Forgan 


Patrick Laird 


Vintiner 


Meggle 


Meggle 


Dav** Lawson 


Servant 


Alyth 


Alyth 


Thomas Lawson 


Chapman 


Alyth 


do. 


James Laird 


Servant to Murrie 


Murrie 


Krrol 


M. 

George Money 


Ploughman 


Armyfoul 


Ruthven 


Charles Mather 


do. 


Braideston 


Airly 


John Miller 


do. 


Glamis 


Glamis 


James Mill 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Miles 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Thomas Munie 


do. 


Cossens 


do. 


John Meal 


do. 


Newtoun of 
Glamis 


do. 


Alex*^ Mitchei 


do. 


Balgony 


do. 


James Mill 


do. 


Newtoun of 
Airly 


Airly 


Robert Mill 


do. 


Readie 


do. 


Thomas Moodie 


do. 


Bukie 


do. 


Patrick Moncurr 




Navoy 


Navoy 


Robert Milne 


Servant to W"» Smith 


Kirrymuir 


Kirrymuir 


James Milne^ Jun' 


Do. to James Milne 


Landends 


do. 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Conii/iM^-A 



2S3 



Coanty. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they are 
at present. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in Lord Ogilvie's 2^ Battal- 


about Glen- 




lion Sc was active in raising others 


shoe, Lurkc^. 


do. 


Carried Arms in do. 


do. 


do. 


Was a Volunteer with the Rebels^ was at 
the Battle of ffalkirk & went North with 
them 


not known. 


do. 


Aided & assisted the Rebels^ opened the 


In Dundee 




post Bagg Letters &c. 


Prison. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, surrend** 
to the parish Min^ on his R.H's proclam'^ 


at home. 


do. 


Do. surrendered to the Minister of the 
Parish since the Battle of Culloden 


do. 


Perth 


Carried Arms as Serjeant in L^ Ogilvie s 
2<» Battallion 


come home. 


do. 


Lieutenant in s^ Battallion. Carried Arms 


about Glen- 




in England & at the Battles of Falkirk 


shoe. 




& Culloden 




do. 


Carried Arms in Ogilvie's !■* Battallion & 
was at the Battle of Falkirk 


come home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in ditto 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & was at 






the Battle of Culloden & there taken 


Prisoner 


Angus 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, being 
hired by a Farmer in his Stead 


not known. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


Returned. 


do. 


Do. do. 


not known. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do, do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L^ Ogilvie's 
Regim* till the end 


come home. 


do. 


Employed as the last above 


do. 



sa4 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


De^iignations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Charles Mather 


Wright 


Kirrymuir 


Landends 


And^ Moncurr 


Weaver 


Easter Kin- 
ordy 


do. 


Will« M'Niccol 


Workman 


Cromby bum 


do. 


Will"* M*Nicoll 


do. 


Runthyleave 


do. 


Thomas Milne 


do. 


Bum of Lid- 
nathy 


do. 


Will"* Malcom 


do. 




Kingoldram 


Samuel M'Dougal 


do. 




do. 


James Miles 


do. 




do. 


James M'Carro 


Servant 


Balnakily 


Lintrethen 


Will"* M^ntosh 


Servant man 


Dundee 


Dundee 


John Mitchell 


Common Workman 


do. 


do. 


Dav** Morgan 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


Will"* Moor 


Horse hirer 


do. 


do. 


John McDonald 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


James Miller 


Horse hirer 


do. 


do. 


W°* Miller 


Sailor 


do. 


do. 


Thos. Mitchell 


Button maker 


do. 


do. 


John Mitchell 


a Boy 


do. 


do. 


Thomas Moodie 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 


William Main 


Tenent 


Newton of 
Panmuir 


Panbridge 


Davd Mill 


Serv* to Alex. Medison 


Bulzeon 


Liff 


James Marshall 


Officer to the Earl of 


Ochterhouse 


Ochter- 




Airly 




house 


James Miller 


Brewer 


Coupar 


Coupar 


Don^ M'Grigor 


Town officer 


do. 


do. 


Dav<* Mill 


Weaver 


Newbigging 


Newtyle 


James M'Duff 


You^ of Forfechy 


Farfechy 


Tanidys 


Pat^^ M'Kenzie 


Servant 


Tarbeig 


Forfar 



DUNDEE DJSTRICr-^Continued. 



225 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they are 
at present. 


Angus 


Was a Volunteer in s** Reg*, deserted & sur- 
rendered himself <& Anns to the Baillie, 
24*»» April 


come home. 


do. 


A Volunteer in said Regim*, continued with 
them till disperst 


do. 


do. 


Press' d to serve in said Regim* & continued 


do. 


• 


till after Culloden Battle 




do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in do. & con- 
tinued till after the Battle of Falkirk 


do. 


do. 


Do. do. 


do. 


do. 


Served in Ogilvie's Regim* till the end of 
the Rebellion 


do. 


do. 


Served in do. to the end thereof, being 
press'd at first 


do. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in L<* Ogilvie's 2^ Battallion 


do. 


do. 


Drumer in the Rebel Army, was at the 


Dundee 




Battle of Falkirk & went North 


prison. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in do., was at 


Do. Prison. 




Falkirk B. & went North 


• 


do. 


Employed as the last above 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Serjeant in said Army 


Not known. 


do. 


Acted as a Drummer in do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a privat man in do. 


do. 


do. 


Enlisted & carried Arms with the Rebels 


Arbroath 
prison. 


do. 


Carried Arms in L^ OgUvie's 2^ Battallion 


returned home. 


do. 


Do. in 1"* Battallion 


do. 


Perth 


Joined the Rebels at Dunkeld on their way 
south & was very oppressive 


Glenshoe. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in L^ Ogilvie's 2^ Battallion 
till after Culloden B. 


the Highlands. 


do. 


Do. was at Inverury Skirmish, came home 
& surrendered his arms to M' Alison 


in NewhalL 


do. 


Acted as Lieu* m Ifi OgUvie's Regim* 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Carried Arms in said Regim*, being hired by 


Lurking. 




the Country 





stste 



LIST OF BEBEUS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Alex' Man^ Jun' 

John Mitchell 
And^ Masterton 
Robert Mercer 


Servant 

Wright 
Weaver 
of Aldie 


Moss side of 

Loor 
Forfar 

do. 
Meikleour 


Forfar 

do. 
do. 
Capoth 


Lau' Mercer 


of Lethenday 


Pendreich 


Lethenday 


Mungo Murray 

John M'Ewan 
James Miller 


Son to M' Murray of 
Kincaimie^ was Sec- 
retary to the Marq" 
of TuUibardine 

Son to the T<aii*d of 
Dungarthle 

Brewer 


Kincaimie 

D ngarthle 
5 mile house 


Capoth 

do. 

Auchter- 
gaven 


Alex' M'T^An 


do. 


Long Loggie 


Meggle 


N. 
John Nairn 


Lord Nairn 


Stanly 


Auchter- 


Thomas Neil 


Serv* to Stenton^ Jun' 


Stenton 


gaven 
Capoth 


John Nash 
William Nash 
David Nevay 


Servant 
do. 
do. 


Dundee 

do. 
Forfar 


Dundee 

do. 
Forfar 


O. 
Thomas Ogilvy 


Son to Sir John Ogilvy 


Kinordy 


Kirrymuir 


David Ogilvy 
James Ogilvy 


Labourer 
do. 


Kirrymmi 
Meams 


c 


Thomas Ogilvy 


of East Miln 


East Miln 


Glenaily 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Continued. 



227 



G>anty. 



Forfar 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Perth 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 



do. 



do. 
do. 



Forfar 
do. 
do. 



Angus 



do. 
do. 

do. 



Carried Arms & hired as the last above 

Do. 
Do. 
Acted as a Cap^ in the Rebel Army during 

the whole Rebellion 
Carried Arms in do. from a little before 

Falkirk B. to their dispersing 
Joined the Rebels a little after their coming 

to Dunkeld. Gone in women's cloaths 

to 

Was a Lieut, in the Rebel Army, joined 
them before Falkirk Battle 

Was in the Mob at Perth on the anniversary 
of his Majesty's Birth Day, fired on the 
Town's people & active in Raising L^ 
Nairn's Tenents into the Rebellion 

Was a Serjeant in the Rebel Army & at 
the Battles of Falkirk & Culloden 



A General in the Rebel Army in Arms 

during the whole Rebellion 
a Volunteer in do. In Arms from their 

coming to Perth to their Retreat from 

Stirling 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Do. 
Carried Arms in L^ Ogilvie's Regim^ being 

hired by the Country 



Was Captain in the Rebel Army till dis- 
perst, Levyed men & extorted money 
from the country 

a volunteer in h^ Ogilvie's Regim* 

Do. in s^ Regim* continued with them till 
the end 

Captain of the Rebels, was active in rais- 
ing men & extorting money from the 
country 



Where they 
now are. 



Lurking. 

killed. 
Lurking, 
not known. 

Dundee prison. 



Edin'. 
not known. 
Perth prisoiL 



not known. 



not known, 
do. 



do. 
do. 
Lurking. 



come home. 



Carlisle pris'. 
Come home. 

come home 
since Cul- 
loden B. 



228 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 
Little Kenny 


Parish. 


Thos. Ogilvy 


Farmer 


Kingoldrum 


David Ogilvy 


of Pool 


Pool 


Lintrethan 


David Ogilvy 


Son to Shannaly 


Shannaly 


do. 


Alex' Ogilvy 


Son to Alex' Ogilvy 


Braes 


do. 


John Orrok 

• 


Land Waiter in the 
Customs 


Dundee 


Dundee 


Henry Ogilvy 


Innkeeper 


do. 


do. 


Peter Ouchterlony 


Coffeehouse keeper 


do. 


do. 


John Ouchterlony 


Mason 


do. 


do. 


John Ogilvy 
James Ogilvy 


of Inshoan 
Farmer 


Inshoan 
Mill of do. 


Tanidys 
do. 


John Ogilvy 
John Ogilvy 
David Ogilvy 


Farmer 
of Quick 
Merchant 


Lochmill 

Quick 

Cool 


Glamis 

Cortachy 

Tannidys 


Will°» Ogilvy 

Will°» OgUvy 
James Ogilvy 


Servant 

Dyster 
Servant 


Muir of 
Meathie 
Forfar 
do. 


Forfar 

do. 
do. 


James Ogilvy 


Tinker 




Barry 


WiU°» Ogilvy 
John Ogilvy 


Fewer 

of Roughill 


Kaince 
Roughill 


Kingoldrum 
Glamis 


P. 
Alex' Piggot 


Serv* to M« Lyon 




Lintrethan 


Thomas Prophet 


Workman 


Balmakity 


Kirrymuir 



DUNDEE BISTRICT—CarUinued. 



289 



County. 
Angus 

do. 

do. 

do. 

Forfar 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

Angus 
do. 



do. 



do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Was Lieu* in the Rebel Army & guilty of 
the same crimes with the above 

Served in the Rebel Life Guards & was 

guilty of the like crimes 
Was a Lieu* in the Rebel Army, but neither 

rais'd men nor money — Since Culloden 
Compelled to carry Arms in L* Ogilvie's 

Regiment, deserted after Falkirk 
Countenanced the Rebels, was Imprisoned 

at Dundee, but 

Said to have assisted the Rebels, was Im- 
prisoned at Dundee but admitted to Baill 

Join'd in the Rebel Life Guards after 
Preston, was at Falkirk B. & went North 

Was a Volunteer with the Rel^els at Falkirk 
Battle & went North with them 

Was Captain in L^ Ogilvie's Regiment 

Lieu^ in do. Enlisted men for the Rebel 
Service 

Acted as Captaui in said Regim* 

Was Ensign in Do, 

Was a Captain in L^ Ogilvie's Rebel Regi- 
ment 

Carried Arms in do. forced out by the 
Laird of Meathie 

Do. as a Volunteer in said Regim* 

Served & carried Arms in do. being hired 
by the Country 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & was at 
the Battles of Falkirk & Culloden 

Carried Arms as a Captain in said Army 

Do. as Lieu* in L** Ogilvie's Reg*. Op- 
pressed the Country by raising men & 
money 



Was twice press'd to the Rebel Service, 
his Sister being put in prison before he 
appeared the last 

a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's Regim*, con- 
tinued with them till dispers't 



"\Vhcre they 
now are. 



come home 
since Cul- 
loden B. 

Pris' Aber- 
deen. 

come home, 
at home. 

admitted to 
Baill & conti- 
nues in office. 

at home. 

not known. 

do. 

Bergen, Pris^^ 
do. 

Lurking. 
Prisoner. 
Bergen, Pri- 
soner. 
Lurking. 

do. 

do. 

• 

Prisoner. 

not known, 
do. 



Came home 
after Fal- 
kirk. 

come home. 



280 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



Will™ Palmer 

Robert Palmer 
Robert Palmer 

John Peddy 

Alex' Piggot 

Henry Patullo 



Andrew Petrie 



James Paterson 
George Patullo 
Alex' Paterson 
Alex' Paterson 

John Philp 

R. 
John Roy 

Don^ Robertson 
Charles Rea 
Dav<» Reid 

Ramsay 

John Robertson 
Thomas Rough 
Andrew Renwick 



Designations. 



Son to Palmer 

Workman 
do. 

do. 

do. 

Merchant 



Workman 



Conunon Workman 
Merchant 

Officer to the Earl of 
Airly 

Serv* to Laird of Bum- 
side 



Carrier 



Abode. 



Buckhood 
Ground 
Hillside 
Delaim 

Kindoon 

Bridge End 

Dundee 



Servant 

Workman 
do. 
do. 
do. 



of Crandirth 



Servant 



do. 



do. 

do. 

Ochterhouse 

Grange of 
Monyfieth 

Forfar 



Parish. 



Kirrymuir 

do. 
do. 

Kingoldnmi 

do. 

Dundee 



Lidnathy 

Glenprosin 
Kijigoldrum 
Myrend 
Percy 



Crandirt 



Kinnettles 



do. 

do. 

do. 

Ochterhouse 
Monyfieth 

Forfar 



Kinymuir 

do. 
Kingoldrum 

do. 
Kirrymuir 



Glenach 



Eassie 



Kinettles 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Con^iTMi^d. 



231 



Connty. 

Angus 

do. . 
do. 

do. 

do. 

Forfar 



do. 

do. 

do. 

Forfar 

do. 

do. 



Angus 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circamstances. 



Employed as above 

Employed as above 

Press'd into said Regim^ & continued to 
the end 

a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's Regim* where 
he continued till dispers't 

Press'd to carry Arms in Do. & continued 
to the last^ 

Was Muster Master in the Rebel Army, 
rose in Arms at the b^inning of the 
Rebellion & was active in disposing of 
the Goods in the Customhouse for Be- 
hoof of the Rebels 

Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army & was at the Battles of Falkirk & 
Culloden 

a Volunteer, carried Arms at the Battle of 
Falkirk & went North with the Rebels 

Was Ensign in Sir James Kinloch's Regi- 
ment 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army in L** 
OgUvie's 2^ Battalion 

Carried Arms in do. went to Eng^ & was 
at the Battle of Falkirk, after that came 
home 

Carried Arms in L** Ogilvie's Regiment 
being hired by the Country 



Press'd to serve in L** Ogilvie's Regim* 

continued till dispers't 
a Volunteer in do. continued to the end 
Employed as above 
Do. 
Volunteer in the Rebel Army, deserted 

before the 20*^ of Octo' & never join d 

after 
Captain in Lfl Ogilvie's Regim^ & continued 

to the last 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, being 

hired by another to serve in his room 
Employed as the last above in every respect 



Where they 
now are. 



come home. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

Inverness, Pri- 
soner. 
Bergen, Pris'. 



Lurking. 



Dundee 

Prison, 
near Coupar 

lurking. 
Lurking. 

Dundee 
Prison. 

Lurking. 



come home. 

do. 
do. 
Pris'at Carlisle, 
do. 



been at home, 
not known, 
do. 



282 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Rea 
John Roger 
Peter Roger 
John Robertson 
Alex^ Rough 
James Robb 
Charles Robertson 
Charles Robertson 


Servant 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

Farmer 


Glamis 
Lighton 

do. 
Thornton 
Glenogilvy 
Baickie 

Raimore 


Glamis 
Airly 

do. 
Glamis 

do. 
Airly 
Novey 
Capoth 


Alex' Robertson 


of Raimore 


Gaey 


Douly 


John Reoch 


Cooper 


Stanly 


Auchter- 


Robert Ramsay 


Weaver 


Ballmah 


gaven 
Newtyle 


Henry Rattray 


Servant 


Alyth 


Alyth 


Dav** Robertson 


of Bletton 


Bletton 


Kirkmichael 


James Rattray 


of Corb 


Corb 


do. 


John Reoch 


Innkeeper 


Glen Isla 


Glen Isla 


James Rattray 


Ropemaker 


Dundee 


Dundee 


Alex' Robertson 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


Charles Rattray 


of Dunoon 


do. 


do. 


Charles Rattray 


Son to ditto. 


do. 


do. 


David Ramsay 


Workman 


Fornly 


Lintrethan 


WiU°^ Roben 


Serv* to Earl of Airly 's 
2d Son 


Dundee 


Dundee 


George Ramsay 
Will°> Reat 

Peter Robertson 


Weaver 

Surgeon^ son to D' 

Reat 
Apprentice 


do. 
do. 

do. 


do. 
do. 

do. 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Cow«n«^d. 



S33 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Angus 


Employed as the last above in every respect 


not known. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Perth 


Joined the Rebels as a Volunteer before 
the Battle of Falkirk 


Lurking. 


do. 


Join'd as above & continued to their dis- 
persion 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer during the 
whole Rebellion 


do. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms at Inverury <fe after that 
surrendered his Arms to M' Alison of 
Newhall 


at home. 


Perth 


Camed Arms in the Rebel Army — & was 






taken at 


Carlisle. 


do. 


Was a Captain in the Marques of Tulli- 
bardine's Regiment 


been at home. 


do. 


Was Major in do. Taken prisoner & 






carried to 


England 


Angus 


Serjeant in the Rebel Army, left them after 


LurkfiT near 




their Reatreat from Stirling 


home. 


Forfar 


Was Clerk to the Deput Govemour of 
Dundee, capable of making discoverys if 
apprehended 


at home. 


do. 


Assisted in opening the post Bagg & read- 


Confined at 




ing the Letters 


home. 


do. 


Collected the Excise, carried Arms, was at 
the Battle of Falkirk & went North with 
the Rebels 


not known. 


do. 


Was Ensign, camed Arms, was at the 
Battle of & went North with the Rebels 


do. 


Angus 


Press'd into the Rebel Army, deserted 
before Falkirk B. & surrendered himself 


at home. 


Forfar 


Was a Volunteer in the Rebel Army, at the 
Battle of Falkirk & went North with the 
Rebels 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in Rebel Army 


do. 


do. 


Acted as Surgeon in the Pretender s Son's 


do. 


» 


Life Guards 




do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


do. 



884 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Duncan Robertson 


Merchant 


Dundee 


Dundee 


John Russell 


Weaver 


Backmuir 


Bany 


Charles Robertson 


Principal Servant to 
Bumside 


Grange of 
Monyfieth 


Monyfieth 


William Reid 


Groom to Bumside 


do. 


do. 


John Ramsay 


Pendicleman 


Carsebum 


Forfar 


James Ramsay 


Taylor 


Forfar 


do. 


James Ritchie 


Horsehirer 


do. 


do. 


S. 
Duncan Shaw 


Factor to L^ Airly 


Cortachy 


Cortachy 


James Stonnont 
David Scott 


of Pitscanly 
Pendickle man 


Pitscanly 
West Dod 


Rosecob^r 
Forfar 


Pat*' Simpson 


Tenent 


Middle do. 


do. 


Will" Stark 
Will"* Simpson 


Weaver 
Workman 


Muir of 

Meathie 
Forfar 


do. 
do. 


John Simpson 
Alex' Stark 
Andrew Smith 
David Smith 
William Seton 
Cha« Scott 


Servant 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Non Jurant Minister 
Ploughman 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Glamis 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Glamis _ 


John Shunger 


do. 


Glenogilvy 


do. 


James Stormond 


of Lidnathy 


Lidnathy 


Kirrymuir 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Om/inM^J. 



236 



County. 



Forfar 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Angus 

do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Aided & assisted the Rebels^ was appre- 
hended Sc Imprisoned but 

Carried Arms^ was at the Battles of Falkirk 
& Culloden Sc Stirling Seige & wounded 

Carried Arms as an Officer in the Rebel 
Army, was at the Battle of Culloden & 
there 

Attended his Master in England &c. carried 
[arms] in the Rebellion & was at Cullo- 
den Battle 

Being liired by the Country, Carried Arms 
in Rebellion till the end thereof 

Being armed^ went thro' Forfar with Drum 
& a piper recruiting men for the Rebel 
Service 

Being hired by the Country, carried Arms 
in L^ Ogilvie's Reg^ till the last 



Acted as Deput Lord Lieu^ for the Rebels 

under his said Master 
Was Ensign in Lord Ogilvie's Regim* 
Carried Arms in do. being hired by the 

Country 
Do. in said Reg^ said to be forced out by 

the Laird of Pitcanly his Master 
Do. in do. forced by the Laird of Meathie 

his Master, surrend** to the Min^ of Forfar 
Carried Arras in L** Ogilvie's Regim* being 

hired by the Country 
Employed being hired as the last above 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Preached Treasonable Sermons 
Entertained the Rebels at his house & 

assisted in Ringing the Bell on the P" 

Son's Birth night. 
Carried Arms with the Rebels being hired 

by another in his room 
Was Ensign in L** Ogilvie's Regim* where 

he continued till diperst. 



Where they 
now are. 



admitted to 

BaiU. 
Arbroath 

prison. 



kill'd. 
Prisoner. 



come home. 
Lurking. 

do. 



Lurking in the 

Country. 
Prisoner. 
Lurking. 

do. 

at home. 

Lurkif in the 
Country. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Prisoner. 



not known, 
come home. 



286 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


• Parish. 


John Stiven 


Workman 


HirdhiU 


Kurymuir 


John Stormond 


of Kinwhirie 


Kinwhirie 


do. 


James Stormond 


Son to Alex' Stormont 


Glenugg 


do. 


Willm Shaw 


of Forter 


Forter 


Glenaly 


Alex^ Schaw 


Farmer 


Auhavam 


do. 


Alex' Stuart 
James Stuart 


Gardner 
Workman 


Cookstoun 
Kingoldrum 


Kingoldrum 
do. 


W™ Sampson 


do. 




Lintrethen 


M' Thos. Syme 


Noujurant Preacher 


Ardgath 


Errol 


Thomas Syme 


Workman 


Sea Side 


do. 


Dav<* Stubble 


do. 


Kettens 


Kettens 


And^ Seaton 
John Smith 
Don^ Stuart 

John Stuart 


Chapman 

of Ballcharry 

Son to Strathgairie^ a 

Schoolboy 
Son to Stenton^ Do. 


Alyth 

Ballcharry 

Reichep 

Stenton 


Alyth 

do. 
Capoth 

do. 


Chas. Stuart 


of Wester Gowrdie 


Wester 
Gowrdie 


do. 


John Sangster 


Serv* to Ld Nairn 


Stanly 


Auchter- 


Charles Sheepherd 


Shoemaker 


Minfield 


gaven 
Forgan 


William Sutor 


Weaver 


Dundee 


Dundee 


W"» Stiven 
Dav^ Salter 


Cooper 
Victualler 


do. 
do. 


do« 
do. 


James Schaw 


a Servant 


do. 


do. 


And^ Simpson 


Sailor 


do. 


do. 


James Stuart 


Porter 


do. 


do. . 


John Stuart 


Son to do. 


do. 


do. 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— CoTrfinucrf. 



287 



County* 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Angus 


Carried Arms in L* Ogilvie's Regim* till 
disperst 


come home. 


do. 


Assisted in Escorting Anns to the Rebels 


Montrose pris^ 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L^ Ogilvie's 
Regim* 


was at home. 


do. 


Captain in the Rebel Army, raised men & 


come home 




extorted money from the Country people 


since Cul- 
loden B. 


do. 


Acted as Captain in h^ Ogilvie's Regim^ 


do. 


do. 


Was Serjeant in do. 


do. 


do. 


Private man in do. Surrendered himself & 
Arms to the Minister after the Battle of 
Falkirk 


at home. 


do. 


Serjeant in do. was active in Raising & 


came home 




Imprisoned others to compell them to 


since Cul- 




Enlist 


loden B. 


Perth 


Carried Arms & went North with the 


Returned & 




Rebels 


Lurking. 


do. 


Do. & was at the Battle of Falkirk with 
the Rebels, but wrong in his Judgem^ 


do. 


For ar 


A Volunteer in the Rebel Army & was at 
the Battle of Falkirk 


not known. 


Perth 


Carried Arms in L^ Ogilvie's 1«* BatUllion 


come home. 


do. 


Was active in serving the Rebels 


Dundee prison. 


Perth 


Camed Arms from a little before the Battle 
of Falkirk, seduc'd by Glenbucket 


not known. 


do. 


Employed as the last above. Left them on 
their return ftx)m Falkirk, seduced by 
do. to leave the School 


the Country. 


do. 


Was a Captain & in Arms during the whole 
Rebellion with the Rebels 


not known. 


do. 


Was a Volunteer & employed as above 


do. 


do. 


Was a Soldier in L^ OgUvie's 2^ Battallion 


Returned 
home. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Aided & assisted the Rebels 


Dundee prison. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer with L^ 
Ogilvie's men 


Lurking. 


do. 


Was Drummer in Lord Ogilvie's 2^ Battallion 


Dundee prison. 


do. 


Carried Arms in ditto Battallion ) 
Do. in do. J 


Lurking about 


do. 


Glenshoe. 



288 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


DeagnafioDS. 


Abode. 


IVunsh. 


Alex' Stuart 


Merchant 


Dundee 


Dundee 

• 


T. 

John Talbott 
Thomas Threepland 

James Thomson 


Weaver 

Son to S' D&v^ of 

Fingask 
Gardner to Fingask 


Dundee 
Fingask 

do. 


Dundee 
Kinnaid 

do. 


Will°» Taylor 


Coachman 


Glamis 


Glamis 


Charles Taylor 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


Will"^ Thomson 


Workman 


Little Kenny 


Kingoldmm 


George Thom 


do. 


Formall 


Lintrethen 


w. 








John Wagrae 


Merch* Apprentice 


Dundee 


Dundee 


Will°> Wood 
Alex' Watson 


Journeyman Mason 
late of Wallace of 
Craigie 


do. 
do. 


do. 
da 


George Wilkie 


Merch* Apprentice 


do. 


do. 


£)nyd Williamson 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


Sir John Wedderburn 


Late of Blackness 


Mains of 
Navey 


Newtyle 


Wedderbum 


Eldest Son to do. 


do. 


do. 


John Wischart 


Merchant 


Dundee 


Dundee 


John Williamson 


Cooper. 


do. 


do. 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Con«nwrf. 



SS9 



County, 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Forfar 


Assisted in opening the Post Bagg & 
Reading the Letters^ assisted in Fraught- 
ing & Supplying with provisions the 
Ship which carryed off the Rebels to 
Bergen 


at home. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


Perth 


Wps a Capt*^ in the Rebel Army at the 






Battle of Preston & there • 


kiird. 


do. 


Carried Arras in do. went with them to 


Carlisle, pri- 


• 


England & was taken at Carlisle 


soner. 


Angus 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ Enlisted 
himself 


not known. 


do. 


Served as a Volunteer in do. & continued 
to the last 


do. 


do. 


Served a Volunteer in Lord Ogilvie's Regi- 


Carlisle, pri- 




ment 


soner. 


do. 


Served as the last above but surrendered 
himself <Sf Arms to the Minister after 
Falkirk 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer, was at the 
Battle of Falkirk & went North 


not known. 


do. 


Employed as the last above in every respect 


do. 


do. 


Was Deputy Gover^'^ of Dundee, Collected 


at Kirkmichael. 




the Cess, Carried Arms, was at Falkirk 


• 




B. & went North with the Rebels 




do. 


Was a Volunteer at the Battle of Falkirk 
& went North with the Rebels 


not known. 


do. 


Assisted the Rebels, opened the Post Bagg 
8i read the Letters 


Dundee prison. 


Forfar 


Collected the Excise in Perth, Collection 


England, pri- 




for behoof of the Rebels, carried Arms 


soner. 




in their Array & was at the Battle of 






Culloden where he was taken prisoner 




do. 


Carried Arms as Lieu* in L** Ogilvie's 1»* 
Battallion 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms as do. in do. 


Glenshoe, 
Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 



240 



LIST OF REBEIJS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


WiU°^ Wintoun 


Weaver 


Craigtoun 


Monykie 


WiU°» Watt 


Servant 


Greenlawhill 


Barry 


DsLV^ Wilson 


Weaver 


Cottoun of 
Loor 


Forfar 


John Webster 


Workman 


Forfar 


do. 


John Webster 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 


John Wilkie 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


Thomas Watson 


Merchant 


Kirrymuir 


Kirrymuir 


George Wilkie 


Son to Geo. Wilkie 


Auchleishie 


do. 


John Webster 


Mason 


Kurymuir 


do. . 


James White 


Workman 


West T.id- 


do. 


James Wilson 
Thos. Wilson 
John Wright 


do. 
do. 
do. 


nathy 
Inchbraughty 
Craigynaig 
Kingoldrum 


do. 
do. 
Kingoldrum 


John White 


do. 


Kincloon 


do. 


Chas. Webster 


do. 




do. 


Dav<i Wilkie 


do. 


Correfie 


Lintrethen 


John WUkie 


do. 


Nether Camp- 
say 


do. 


John Wright 


Servant 


Lindertie 


Airly 


William Watson 


do. 


Glamis 


Glamis 


Alex^ White 
Thomas Volumn 


do. 
Servant 


CleppithiU 
Cossins 


do. 
do. 


James White 


Victualler 


Meggle 


Meggle 



DUNDEE DISTRICT- Continued. 



841 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they are. 


Forfai^ 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Anny, was at 
Falkirk Battle & Stirling Seige, surrend^ 
of late to the Commanding officer in 
Arbroath 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army^ was at 
the Battle of Falkirk & Stirling Seige 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms in L*^ Ogilvie's Regim* being 
hired by the Country 


do. 


do. 


Employed being hired as the last above 


taken Prisoner. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's 
Regim^ 


Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms in s^ Regim* being hired by 
the Country 


do. 


Angus 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in L** Ogilvie's 
Regim^ & continued to their dispersion 


come home. 


do. 


Employed as the last above in every respect 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as Serj* in L^ Ogilvie s Reg* 


do. 




& continued to the end 


, 


do. 


Press'd to carry Arms in s** Regim* & con- 
tinued to the End 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms being press d as the last above 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in said Regim*^ 
continued to the Last 


do. 


do. 


Was three times press d to carry Arms in 
s** Regim* & as often deserted 


do. 


do. 


Being press'd earned Arms in L^ Ogilvie's 
Regim* 


Derby,prisoner. 


do. 


Being press d carried Arms in do. •& was 


Carlisle, pri- 




taken prisoner at Carlisle 


soner. 


do. 


Served as a private man, surrendered him- 
self to the Min"^ after the Battle of 
Falkirk 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army being 
hired by the Country 


not known. 


do. 


Employed and hired as the last above 


not known. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Perth 


Kept a Court as Baron Baillie which he 
caused fence in the Pretender's name as 
James the 8th King of Great Brittain 
&c. & was very active in serving their 


at home. 




Interest 





^s 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Watson 


Labouring man 


Ketten 


Kettens 


William Wai 


Wnght 


Meggle 


Meggle 


Y. 

Alex' Young 


Workman 


Balintore 


Lintrethan 


James Young 
Robert Young 


Servant man 
Residenter 


Dundee 
Coupar 


Dundee 
Coupar 


Dav<^ Young 


Weaver 


Newbiging 


Newtyle 


Dav<i Yoully 


Weaver 


do. 


do. 



DUNDEE DISTRICT— Con<tnwrf. 



243 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they are. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms with the Rebels^ but deserted 
going to Falkirk 


at home. 


Perth 


Do. h went to England with the Rebels^ 






was taken in Carlisle 


Prisoner. 


Angus 


Press d to carry Arms in L^ Ogilvie's 
Regim* & deserted after Falkirk Battle 


at home. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in s^ Regim* 


not known. 


Perth 


Carried Arras with the Rebels & was at 






the Battle of Falkirk & after that 


at home. 


do. 


Do. Being hired by the Country, was 
at Inverury Skirmish & after that sur- 
rend** hiraself 


do. 


do. 


Employed as the last above in all respects 


do. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BY MR. EDWARD WYVILL, GENERAL 

OF EDINBURGH, PORTSBURGH, 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


A. 
James Allan 


Merchant 


Edinburgh 


Edin' 


Will"^ Aitken 


Impost Waiter 


do. 


do. 


John Anandale 


Shoemaker 


Arbroath 


Arbroath 


John Aikman 


Porter 


Leith 


Leith 


Charles Allen 


Cooper's Servant 


do. 


do. 


B. 
Will" Brodie 


Gunsmith 


Canongate 


Canongate 


John Break 


Merchant 


Edin"^ 


Edin'- 


James Brand 
John Bayne 


Son to Alex. Brandy 

Watchmaker 
Serv* to Murray of 

Brughton 


do. 
Brughton 


do. 
Brughton 


John Bowie 

Donald Bain 
WiUiam Bain 

Pat^' Buchard 
Tho" Boswald 


Joumyman Taylor 

Tiabourer 
Inn keeper 

Smith 
Writer 


Canongate 
head 

Dunrobin 

Fountain- 
bridge 

Benvie 

Edin*^ 


Edin>- 

St. Cuth- 
berts 

Edin' 



244 



REBELLION, GIVEN IN TO THE BOARD 
SURVEYOR, AND THE SURVEYORS 
CANONGATE AND LEITH. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances, 


Where they 
now are. 


Mid Lothian 


Carried Arms in the Pretender s Son's Life 
Guards 


not known. 


do. 


Accompanyed L^ £lcho as his servant in 
the Rebellion 


do. 


Forfar 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 

Army 
Assisted in Riffling the Old Stage Coach 


do. 


Mid Lothian 


about Leith. 




Lofts of their Horses provisions & carried 
them to the Rebels whom he likeways 




do. 


assisted in driving their Waggons^ &c. 
Bore Arms, wore a white Cockade & went 
into England with the Rebels 


not known. 


do. 


Beat up & Recruited men & Levied money 
in the Country for the Rebel Service 


Lurking in 
Town. 


do. 


Carried Arms at the Battle of Preston <k 
wore a white Cockade 


at home. 


do. 


Commanded a party of Rebel Hussars Sc 
assisted in levying the Cess at Selkirk Sec, 


not known. 


Tweedale 


Had a Command in the Rebel Hussars & 


Lurkc^ about 




was very active in Seizing Horses &c. 
for their use 


Edin^ 


Mid Lothian 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 




Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


Mid Lothian 


Do. & was very active in oppressing the 

Country by Seizing horses, &c. 
Camed Arms in the Rebel Army 


do. 
do. 


Mid Lothian 


Do. in the Pretender's Son's life Guards 


not known. 

245 



246 



LIST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 



Alex' Banks 

Rob^ Bisset 

Dav<i Beatt 

Alex' Brymer 
John Brown 

Bruce 
Rob* Brymer 



C. 
John Congleton 

John Cairns 
M' And^Craw 

Henry Clark 

Cameron 

Andrew Cooper 

Edw^ Callender 

Alex' Coutts 
Charles Colquhoune 



And^ Cooper 



D. 

Robert Drumraond 
Alex' Davidson 

Walter Drummond 



Designations. 



Weaver 

Brickmaker 

Merchant 

Baxter 
Vintiner 

do. 
Son to Alex. Brymer 
Baxter 



Surgeon 

Merchant 
Living at 

Gentleman 

of Lochiel 

Serv* to a Cooper 

Journeyman Goldsmith 

a Goldsmith's Servant 
Wright 



Son to Dav** Cooper 
Gardner 



Abode. 



Bonnington 

Mills 
Leith 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Edin' 

do. 
Netherie 

Canongate 



Messenger at Arms 
Shoemaker 

Porter 



Leith 

Edin' 

do. 
Pit jcnts 



Canongate 



Parish. 



Leith 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Edinburgh 
do. 

Canongate 



Edinburgh 
Cowgate of 

Edin' 
Leith 



Leith 
Edin' 

do. 
St. Cuth- 
berts 

Canongate 



Edinb' 
do. 

Leith 



EDINBURGH AND PRECINCTS— Con«nM*J. 



5847 



County. 



MidLothian 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



MidLothian 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
do. 

do. 



Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 

Army 
Joined the Rebels at Dalkeith & carried 

Arras 
Carried Arms in the Pretender s Son's Life 

Guards 
Forced out his son to go into the Rebellion 
With a party of Rebels took a Horse from 

Tho« Mill at Leith 
Went into the Rebellion & carried Arms 
Carried Arms in the Rebellion but forced 

by his Father 



Where they 
now are. 



Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 

Army 
Do. 
Carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's Life 

Guards 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army and Robed 

M*" Scot's House 
Was a Coll. in the Rebel Army during the 

whole Rebelhon 
Wore a White Cockade, carried Arras & 

went to England with the Rebels 
Carried Arras as Lieu^ in the Rebel 

Array 
Carried Arras in the Rebel Army 
Do. & was Steward in the Pretender's 

Son's Cellars & a Coraraissary for his 

Array 
Carried Arras in the Rebel Array 



not known. 
Leith prison, 
not known. 



at horae. 
at horae. 

not known, 
at horae. 



Carried Arras in the Rebel Array 
Do. 

Carried Arras as a Serj^ in Drumraond of 
Perth's Regim* 



not known. 

do. 
do. 

Carlisle, Pri- 
soner, 
not known. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Lurk^i^ at horae. 



do. 



not known. 
Prisoner. 

not known. 



SMS 



LIST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 



E. 
Alex' Emly 

Erskine 
John Espline 

F. 
John Forbes 

John Falconer 

Gilbert Fife 

Alex' Fife 

Forbes 
John Ferguson 
John Finlyson 



G. 

Rich<^ GUes 
Rob* Gordon 

John Goodwillie 

James Gedd 
James Grant 

John Gordon 
John Graham 
Walter Grant 
John Grant 
Walter Gordon 
Thomas Gow 
George Gordon 

Robert Gordon 



Designations. 



Shoemaker 

Gentleman 
Merchant 



Wright 

Shoemaker 

Taylor 

Son to do. 
Gentleman 
Taylor & Surges 
Mathem^ Instrum* 
maker 



Abode. 



Residenter 
Alehouse Keeper 

Writer 

Printer 

Do. & News Writer 

Weaver 
Barber 

do. 

do. 
Painter 
Shoemaker 
Inkeeper 

of Becomie 






Edinburgh 

Montrose 
Edinb' 



do. 

Pleasents 

Potterow 

do. 

Edin' 
do. 



Canongate 
Canongate 

head 
Edinb' 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Potteraw 
West Port 
Edin' 



Parish. 



Edinburgh 

Montrose 
Edinb' 



do. 

St. Cuth- 

berths 
Edinbuigh 

do. 

Edinb' 
do. 



Canongate 
Edinb' 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

St. Cuth- 
berts 



EDINBURGH AND PRECINCTS— Con^im/^rf. 



849 



County. 



MidLothian 

Forfar 
MidLothian 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms as a Volunteer with the 

Rebels 
Inlisted Men for the Pretender's Service 
Carried Arms being one of the Rebel 

Hussars 



Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 
Do. do. 

Seen under Arms & in the Livery of the 

Rebel Life Guards 
Employed 

Attended the Pretender s Son under Arms 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
was Employed about the Rebel Artillery 



Where at present. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Employed as above 

Wore Tartans with a White Cockade & 
assisted in Levying the Revenues &c 

Acted as printer for the Rebels 

Was Lieu* in the Rebel Army & printed 
several Treasonable papers for them 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in do. as a Volunteer 
Do. as do. 

Do. do. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards 

Carried Arms as a Rebel Hussar 

Entered a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 

Carried Arms in do. 



Edin"" Lurking. 

not known, 
do. 



not known. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

not known. 

do. 

do. 



not known. 
Lurkfl^ about 

Ed', 
not known. 

Prisoner, 
not known. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



260 



LIST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 



H. 
Thomas Halliburton 

John Henryson 
George Hamilton 
James Hepburn 

Riccart 
George Hume 

Dav** Hodge 
Charles Hacket 
Patrick Hay 



I. 
James Johnston 

Andrew Johnston 

James Johnston 



K. 

Arch** Kennedy 
Patrick Keir 

Mark Kerr 



Simon Lugtoun 
Alex' Lindsay 
James Lauder 

James Lauder 



Designations. 



Carpenter 

Pupil for the Excise 
of Redhouse 
of Keith 

son to Alex' Hume 

Writer deceast 
Porter 
Barber 
Workman 



Late a Cadet in Lee's 

Regim* 
Late Serv* to the D. 

of Hamilton 
Son to Jas. Johnston^ 

Merch* 



Goldsmith Apprentice 
Wright 

Pupil for the Excise 



L. j 

Andrew Lumsdaile Writer 



Abode. 



Taylor 

Shoemaker 

Merch* 

Merch* Apprentice 



Dundee 

Edinburgh 

Edinb' 

Canong* 

Edinburg 

Leith 

Edin' 

do. 



Edinb' 
Abbay 
Edinb' 



Edinb' 
Moulhicy 

hills 
Edinburgh 



Parish. 



Dundee 

Edinburgh 

do. 
Canong^ 

Edin' 

Leith 

Edin' 

do. 



do. 
Canongate 
Edinb' 



Edinb' 

do. 
Canong^ head 
Potterow 

Edin' 



Edinb' 
St. Cuth- 

berts 
Edinb' 



do. 

do. 

do. 
St. Cuth- 

berts 
Edinb' 



EDINBURGH AND PRECINCTS— Con/im^rf. 



261 



County, 



Forfar. 

MidLothian 
do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circnmstances. 



Where they 
now are. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army & was 

active in pressing Horses 
Employed as the above — about 
Was Capt of Hussars in the Rebel Service 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards^ 

said to be Captain 
Carried Arms with the Rebels — said to be 

in 
Employed as John Aikman in this List 
Was a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 
Do. 



not known. 

Ed' Lurking. 
Eng^ prisoner, 
not known. 



Eng* prisoner, 
at home, 
not known* 
do. 



Was a Captain of Volunteers in the Rebel | not known. 

Service 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 



Was a Captain in the D. of Perth's Regim^ 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Do. 

Commanded as Lieu^ in the Rebel Army 



Carlisle^ 

prisoner, 
not known. 



not known. 
Lurks^ near 

home, 
not known. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army as a not known. 

Volunteer 
Employed as the above 
Do. — about 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards 



Carried Arms in do. 



Ed' Prison. 
Ed' Lurking, 
not known. 



do. 



S52 



UST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


M. 
Robert Mitchell 

Anthony Murray 
Kenneth M'Kenzie 
Marmduke M'Beath 


Joumejrman Gold- 
Smith 

do. 

do. 
Pouder Flask maker 


Edin' 

do. 
do. 
Canongate 


Edin' 

do. 
do. 
Canongate 


Alex' M'Kenzie 

Robert Maxwell 
John Mitchell 


Shoemaker & Shop- 
keeper 

Writer 

Alehouse keeper, Serv* 
to L<* Elcho 


do. 

Edin' 
Canongate 


do. 

Edin' 
Canongate 


John M'Grigor 
Thomas Mitchell 
Will" Mushet 


Gardner 

Goldsmith 

Wright 


Back of 

Canongate 
Potterow 

Edinburgh 


South Leith 

St. Cuth- 

berts 
Edin' 


John M'Naughton 

M'' John Menzies 
Henry Maul 


Joumejrman Watch- 
maker 
Gentleman 
Writer 


Canongate 

head 
Edinburgh 
do. 


Edinb' 

do. 
do. 


Pat^^ Middleton 
James Murray 


Surgeon 
do. 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


John Murray 
Rich** Morrison 


do. 
Barber 


do. 
do. 


do. 
do. 


Robert Murray 


Writer 


Edinb' 


do. 


Alex' Miller 
Adolphus Muir 


Serv* to L^ Geo. M urray 
Serv^ to James Reid 


Benvie 
Leith 


Leith 


Hector M'Liean 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Sir David Murray 


Knight Baronet 


Leith 


do. 



EDINBURGH AND FRECISCFS— Continued. 



253 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


MidLothian 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


Was one of the Hussars & very active in 
Levying money for the Rebels, with 
them at all the Battles & to the End — 






about 


Ed' Lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


do. 


Do. 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms, was at Preston Battle Si 
carried off a Dragoon horse from thence 
& was in the Rebellion to the end 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms & was at the Battle of 
Preston 


not known. 


do. 


Was in Arms as a Rebel Hussar 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Pretender s Son's Life 
Guards 


do. 


do. 


Was at Preston Battle & boasted that he 


Carlisle, 




kiird Co" Gardner there 


prisoner. 


do. 


Captain of Volunteers in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 


do. 


do. . 


Employed as the last above 


do. 


do. 


Served the Pretenders & went along with 
him as his Barber 


Leith prison. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Pretender s Son's Life 


Carlisle, 




Guards 


prisoner. 




Served his Master in the Rebellion 


not known. 


do. 


Assisted in pillaging the Old Stage Coach 
Loffcs & carrying off provisions for the 
Rebel horses 


at home. 


do. 


Was forced out into the Rebellion by his 
said Master 


at home. 


do. 


Was a Captain of the Rebel Hussars & very 
active in seizing horses for their use 


York, prisoner. 



254 



UST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


N. 








David Neavy 


Merchant 


Edinburgh 


Kdin' 


James Nicolson 


Coffeehouse keeper 


Leith 


Leith 


Robert Nuccol 


Mason 


Canongate 


Canongate 


O. 








Walter Orrock 


Shoemaker & Council 
Deacon 


Edinb' 


Edinb^ 


P. 








John Petrie 


Alehouse keeper 


Cowgate 


do. 


Charles Paterson 


Carter's Servant 


Leith 


Leith 


John Punton 


Porter 


do. 


do. 


James Pith 


do. 


do. 


do. 


R. 








James Reid 


Innkeeper 


Leith 


Leith 


Adolphus Riddel 
Robert Rutherfoord 


Glasier 
Shoemaker 


do. 
Potterow 


do. 
Edinb^ 


Alex^ Reid 


Journeyman Goldsmith 


Edm' 


do. 



EDINBURGH AND FRECINCTS— Continued. 



256 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


\\Tiere they 
now are. 


MidLothian 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 
Army 


not known. 


do. 


had a Commiss"^ in the Rebel Army & bore 


London, 




Arms wearing a White Cockade 


prisoner. 


do. 


Carried Arms & greatly oppress' d the 


about Ed' 




Country in Seizing horses^ Arms <fec. for 


lurking. 




the Rebels' use 




do. 


The Day of Preston Battle came riding 


at Dubbie side 




furiously up the Canongate with a white 


near Leven 




Cockade^ crying Victory, Victory, the 


in Fife. 




Prince has won the Day, and alighting 






at the Netherbow Port, shut it against 






the flying Soldiers, by which means 






severals of them fell into the hands of 






the Rebels 




do. 


Carried off several Dragoon horses from 


Carlisle, 




Preston Battle, wearing Soldiers ac- 


prisoner. 




coutraments besmear'd with Blood, & a 






white Cockade 




do. 


Assisted in taking ik carrying provisions to 
the Rebel horses & driving their waggons, 
etc. 


about Leith. 


do. 


Was in the Rebellion & served as Carter to 
the Rebels 


Leith. 


do. 


Employed as above 


do. 


do. 


Had a Commission from the Rebels as pro- 


at home & ap- 




visor for their Horses, Riffled the Old 


pearing pub- 




Stage Coach Lofts of Corn & Hay for 


lickly. 




their use & managed & directed their 






Waggons, etc 




do. 


Employed as Charles Paterson above 


at home. 


do. 


Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 


about Ed' 




Army 


lurking. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 



S56 



LIST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 



James Rutherfoord 
Thomas Robertson 



S. 
James Smith 

Andrew Symers 

Andrew Swan 

Robert Seton 

James Sunpson 
Charles Stuart 

Archibald Stratton 

Dougald Souter 
Alex' Stivenson 

William Spark 

George Scott 
Alex' Stiven 

Robert Scott 



T. 

John Tyrie 
Walter Todd 

Adam Tait 
James Thores 



W. 

Wilson 



Designations. 



Journeyman Goldsmith 
Serv* to Peter Spald- 
ing, Goldsmith 



Writer 

Bookseller 

Shoemaker 

Son to W*^ Seton, 
Writer to the Signet 
Writer 
Wright 

Watchmaker 

Messenger at Arms 
Journeyman Wright 

Porter 

do. 
do. 

Baxter 



Abode. 



Edin' 



Carter's Servant 
Tanner 

Goldsmith 
Weaver 



Son to M' Wilson, Ex- 
Officer 



Edin' 

do. 

Canongate 

head 
Edm' 

do. 
Canongate 

Edin' 

do. 
Cowgate of 

Ed' 
Leith 

do. 
do. 

do. 



Parish. 



do. 
Edinb' 

do. 
do. 



Edinb' 



near Dundee 



Edinb' 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Canongate 

Edin' 

do. 
do. 

Leith 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
Edinb' 

do. 
do. 



EDINBURGH AND FRECISCTS—Coniimed. 



26T 



County. 



Mid Lothian 
do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 



do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Forfar 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Do. 



Carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's Life 

Guards 
Carried Arms as a Volunteer in the Rebel 

Army 
Do. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards 

Acted as a Clerk to the Rebel ArtUlary 
Was a Lieu^ in the Rebel Army & as such 

mounted Guard in the Canongate 
Seen dismounting Dragoons on their flight 

from Preston & seizing their Horses &c. 
Carried Anns in the Rebel Army 
Do. & was Wright to the Artillary Carriages 

Assisted in taking & carrying Provisions to 
the Rebels' Horses & driving their carts 

Employed as the last above 

Wore a White Cockade publickly (See St. 
Andrews List) 

Carried Arms & prompted the Rebels to 
pillage the Customhouse of Leith 



Employed as William Spark above 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army during 

the whole Rebellion 
Carried Arms as a Rebel Hussar 
Was a Volunteer in the Rebel Army 



Where they 
now are. 



Carried Arms and mounted Guard with the 
Rebels 



B 



at home. 

the City Guard. 



Edin',Prisoner. 
not known. \ 



Ed' prison. 

not known. 

do. 
do. 

at home. 

not known, 
do. 

at home. 

do. 
do. 

at home. 



t 



at home, 
about Ed' 

Lurking, 
not known, 
do. 



do. 



258 



LIST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Wilson 
James Windnim 

James Walker 

David Wymes 

M' Rob* Wright 
Will« Wilson 
John Wilson 
William White 


Innkeeper 

Son to Windnim 
of Eyemouth 

Joumyman Candle- 
maker 

L<* Elcho 

Gentleman 
Turner 
Barber 
Innkeeper 


Edinburgh 
Abbayhill 

Canongate 

Edinburgh 

do. 
Canongate 
Edin' 


Edinburgh 
South Leith 

Canongate 

Edinburgh 

do. 
Canongate 
Edin' 



EDINBURGH AND PRECISCTS— Continued. 



259 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


MidLothian 


Inlisted Men for the Pretender's Service 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's Life 
Guards 


do. 


do. 


Carried Arms, was at Preston Battle & 
wore a White Cockade 


at home. 




Was Collonel of the Rehel Life Guards 


in France. 




during the whole Rebellion 




do. 


a Volunteer in the Rebel Service 


not known. 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards 


do. 


do. 


Was a Volunteer in the Rebel Service 


do. 


do. 


Served in the Rebel Train of Artillary 


do. 



A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN 

THE BOARD BY MR JOHN 

EXCISE AT 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


A. 








William Aitkin 


Servant to Lord Elcho 




Fife 


B. 








David Boswell 


Merchant 


Dubbieside 


do. 


William Balfour 
Alexander Balfour 


Surgeon 
Farmer 


Aberdour 
Collenburgh 


do. 
do. 


F. 








Duncan Forbes 


Indweller 


Kirkaldy 


do. 


G. 








Alexander Gall 


Late Salt Officer 


Kirkaldy 


do. 


H. 








Robert Hamilton 


Younger of Kilbrach- 
mant 


Kilbrachmant 


do. 


David Houston 


Smith 


Wester 
Weems 


do. 



THE REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO 
CAMPBELL, SUPERVISOR OF 
KIRKALDY. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Accompanied his said Master in the Rebellion 



Joined the Rebels & carried Arms in L^ Pitsligo's 

Regiment 
Joined the Rebels and went into England with them 
Assisted the Rebels & Transported a Cart Load of 

Arms from CoUensburgh to Faukland for their 



use 



Concealed two Rebells in his house for which was 
apprehended but liberate 



Joined the Rebels after Preston Battle & with a 
strong party & great Rigour collected the Excise 
for them to a considerable extent & granted his 
Receipts therefor 



Joined the Rebels & was at Preston Battle. Re- 
turned home soon after where he has ever since 
continued. N.B. he is disordered in his Judg- 
ment 

Suspected of Treasonable Practices, was appre- 
hended but admitted to Baill 



Where they now are. 



not known. 



Lurking. 

not known, 
at home. 



at home. 



not known. 



at home. 



at home. 



S6S 



LIST OF REBELS IN 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


M. 


1 






James Malcolm 


Youngec of Balbeddie 


Balbeddie 


Fife 


Alex' M^farlane 


Scool Doctor 


Kinghom 


do. 


Robert M'Connie 


Brewer 


Drumachie 


do. 


Arch*» M'Knoby 


Servant 


Damhead of 
Aberdour 


do. 


S. 


" 






Alex' Seton 


Merchant 


Dubbieside 


do. 


James Seton 
John Stuart 


Apprentice to W°* 

Robertson 
Indweller 


Sawmill near 

Leven 
Kirkaldy 


do. 
do. 


Christopher Seton 


Merchant 


Methil 


do. 


David Seton 
John Seton 


Salt Greive to the 

Liaird of Lundin 
Baxter 


Drumachie 
Kennoway 


do. 
do. 


T. 

Alex' Tasker 
John Tydieman 


Servant to M'" Brand 
Serv* to L<* Elcho 


Kinghom 


do. 
do. 


W. 








William Wordie 


Merchant 


Leven 


do. 


Samuel Wood 
Robert White 
Robert Ushet 


Serv* to Kilbrachmant 

Jun' 
Gardner 

Serv* to J«^o Stones, 
Carrier 


Kilbrachmant 

Linktoun of 

Amot 
Aberdour 


do. 
do. 
do. 



KIRKCALDY- Continued. 



263 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Joined the Rebels & assisted them in collecting 

the Excise 
Suspected of assisting in the Escape of the two 

Rebels found in Duncan Forbes house 
Was engaged in the Rebellion, active in robing the 

Country of Horses, &c. 
Joined the Rebels 



Joined the Rebels before Preston Battle, acted as 

deputy Coll' of Excise under the Earl of Kelly, & 

on his Collection was alwayes attended by a 

strong party of Rebels 
Joined in the Earl of Cromarty's Rebel Regim* & 

was wounded at the Battle of Culloden 
Joined the Rebels & continued with them to the 

End 
Aided & assisted the Rebels & was along with a 

party searching the Ex: officer s house for himself 

& Books 
Assisted the Rebels & concealed two of them in his 

house since their defeat 
Joined the Rebels after Preston Battle. Left them 

in a fourthnight & has since followed his business 



Left his Service & Joined the Rebel Army 
Attended his said Master in the Rebellion 



Joined the Rebel Army before Preston in the Pre- 
tender's Son's Life Guards 
Attended his said Master at Preston Battle 

Engaged himself in the Rebellion 

Do. 



Where they now are. 



not known. 

Prisoner. 

hanged by the 

Rebels, 
not known. 



Lurking. 



Perth, Prisoner. 

Escaped to Eng- 
land 
at home. 



Lurking. 



at home. 



not known, 
do. 



do. 
at home. 
Lurking. 
Prisoner. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BOARD BY MR. CHRISTOPHER 

EXCISE AT 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


A. 
John Aitkenhead 

James Ancrum 


Younger of Jaw 
Salt Greive 


Slamanan 
Parish 
Cuffabouts 


Stirling 
Linlithgow 


B. 
M' Charles Boyd 

George Boyd 

Will"" Baird 


Second son to Kilmar- 
nock 
Servant to do. 
Coalhewer to do. 


Callander 

house 

do. 


do. 
do. 


D. 








Alex' Dalmahoy 


Son to Sir Alex' Dal- 
mahoy 


Thirleston 


do. 


William Donaldson 


Gardner 


Grange Pans 


do. 


David Davert 
John Denothy 


Gardner to Kilmarnock 

Serv* to M' Charles 
Boyd, above 


Cal lender 

house 

do. 


do. 
do. 


G. 








Thomas Glassfoord 
Walter Graham, son 


Son to Duncan Glas- 

foord 
to the deceased Wal. 

Graham 


Ship M^ Bor- 
rowstounness 
Surgeon, 
Falkirk 


do. 



REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE 
SETON, SUPERVISOR OF 
LINLITHGOW. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Where they now are. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards & was active 

in Robing the Country of Horses 
Assisted in taking & Carrying off two Dragoon 

horses out of Kinneil parks for the Rebels use 



Acted as a Captain in the Pretender's Son's Life 

Guards 
Carried Arms in the Rebellion 
Do. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards^ assisted in 
Carrying off two Dragoon horses from the Parks 
of Kinneil & in Levying the Excise & Malt Duty 
for the Rebels 

Servant to the above Alex' Dalmahoy in the 
Rebellion 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Service — said to be 



Do. 



Carried Arms in the Pretender's Son's Life Guards 
Acted as Surgeon in the Rebel Army 



Lurking. 
Prisoner. 



Lurking. 

Prisoner. 
Prisoner. 



not known. 



Leith prison, 
kill'd. 
York Goal. 



Lurking, 
not known. 



266 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


H. 








Norwald Home 


Brother to Boghall 






James Harvie 


Innkeeper 


Linlithgow 


Linlithgow 


K. 








Kilmarnock 


Earl William 


Callender 
house 


do. 


L. 








James Livingston 


Late post master 


Falkirk 


■ 


M. 








John Menzies^ son 


to Rob^ Menzies late 

Innkeeper 
to M' John M'Leod, 

Advocate 
Servant to Kilmarnock 

a dark in the Stamp 
Office 


St. Ninians 


Stirling 


Alex^ M'Leod, son 
Wilham M'Culloch 
Henry Maul 


Muiravenside 

Callender 

house 
Edinb' 


Linlithgow 
Mid Lothian 


O. 








James Ogston 


Weaver 


Grange pans 


Linlithgow 


R. 








James Robertson 


Servant to the Laird 
of Houstoun 


Houstoun 




S. 
Charles Shaddon 

James Semple 


Coal Grive to Kiknar- 

nock 
Weaver 


Borrowstou- 
ness 


Linlithgow 



LINLITHGOW DISTRICT— C<Mrfintt«i. 



267 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Went to Glasgow & received the money with the 
Rebels which they Extorted from that City 

Carried Arms as Quarter Master in Kilmarnock's 
Troop 



Was Lieut. Coll. in Pitsligo's Horse & uplifted 12"^ 
& 6^ from a Distiller as his Excise 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards 



Was Paymaster in Menzies of Schian's Regim^ 

Was engaged in the Rebellion 

Carried Arms in the Rebellion 

Carried Arms with the Rebels & was most active in 
Seizing Horses for their use 



Where they now are. 



Lurking. 
Prisoner. 



Beheaded. 



Lurking. 



Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards, assisted in 
carrying off his Majes. Dragoon Horses from 
Kinneil parks & in Levying the Excise for the 
Rebels 



Engaged & went as Groom with L* George Murray 
into the Rebellion 



Carried Arms in the Rebellion 

Do. in Kilmarnock's Troop & was active in seizing 
horses, &c. 



not known. 

do. 
Prisoner, 
not known. 



not known. 



do. 



York Goal. 
Prisoner. 



268 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


County. 


Alex'" Smith 
Alex^ Smith 


Son to Thomas Smithy 

Writer 
Writer 


Linlithgow 
dinburgh 


Linlithgow 
Mid Lothian 


W. 








Ninian Wise 
Hemy Wardlaw, 


son to John Wardlaw, 
Factor to the Late 


Earl of 
Wigttown, 


near Falkirk 



LINUTHGOW mSTRICT— Continued. 



269 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they now are. 


Carried Arms in the Pretender s Son s Life Guards 

Carried Anns in the Rebel Life Guards & was active 
in seizing horses 

Attended his Master in the Rebellion 
Served in the Rebel Life Guards & assisted in seizing 
horses for that Regimt. 


Lurking, 
not known. 

do. 
do. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 
BOARD BY MR WALTER STUART 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


C. 






Hector Campbell 


Tenent 


Haustrie 


M. 






Kenneth M'Keamish 


do. 


Cathele 


S. 






Donald Steuart 


do. 


Quoycrook 


George Sinclair 


of Geese 


Hobumhead 


Benjamin Sinclair 


Tenent 


Brackie 



REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE 
COLL« OF EXCISE IN CAITHNESS. 



Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they now are. 


Joined the Rebels when in Caithness, but being 




taken in Sutherland was Shipped for London 


Prisoner. 


Joined Do. & was in Arms attending Donald 


not known. 


Stuart beating up for Volunteers for that Service 




Joined the Rebel Army & beat for men for that 


do. 


Service in the Streets of Thurso attend^ by a 




party of armed men 




Joined the Rebels at Caithness, was taken prisoner 


Prisoner. 


in Sutherland & shipped for London 




Joined the Rebels & went to Sutherland with them 


not known. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BOARD BY MR SAMUEL 

OF GLASGOW 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


G. 








Grigor Grant 


Glass grinder 


Glasgow 


Glasgow 


W. 








Andrew Wood 


Shoemaker 


do. 


do. 



272 



REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE 
M'CORMICK, SUPERVISOR 
IST DISTRICT. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Lanerk 
do. 


Joined the Rebels at Glasgow & went off 
with them 

was a Captain in the Rebel Army^ was at 
the Battle of Culloden & there 


not known, 
taken prisoner. 



s 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 
BOARD BY MR WILLIAM BLACK. 

GLASGOW 



Names. 


DengDadons. 


Abode 


Parish. 


B. 








Peter Bel] 




Glasgow 


GlMSgOW 

1 


D. 


• 




m 


Robert Duff 


Painter 


do. 


do. 


F. 




- 




Rob* Finnie 


Serv* to Craigbameth 


Hurry 


Campsie 


G. 








John Graham 


of Kilmordinny 


Clobar^ w* 
the Laird 
of Mains 




John Graham 


Painter 


Glasgow 


Glasgow 


Will°> Gray 

«74 


Weaver 


Gorbals of 
Glasgow 


Meikle 
Govan 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE 
SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE IN 
2nd district. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


lianerk 


Joined in the Rebel Life Guards at Glasgow 
on their Retreat^ Influenced by his 
mother 


Prisoner. 


do. 


Listed with the Rebels after Preston Battle 
& continued to the End 


do. 




Carried Arms with the Rebels^ was at 


fled the 




Preston Battle & acted as a Spy in 


country. 




Campsie 






Was Aid du Camp to h^ Strathallan & 


not known. 




Lieutenant in his Regiment^ he was 






some years ago an Ensign in the Hol- 






land Service in a Scots Regim* 




Lanerk 


Inlisted with the Rebels on their Retreat 
from Eg^ & left them on their flight to 
Inverness 


at home. 


do. 


Pedee to one Smith in the Rebel Life 
Guards who enticed him^ he is only 15 
years of age & engaged when the main 
Body lay at Glasgow 


not known. 



S76 



276 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


H. 








Robert Hamilton 


Sailor 


Woodside 
near Glas- 
gow 




R. 








Thomas Robertson 


Journeyman Barber 


Gorbals of 
Glasgow 


Meikle 
Govan 


S. &W. 








James Stirling 


of Keir 


Calder near 
Glasgow 


Calder 


Hugh Stirling 


Son to the Laird of 
Keir 


do. 


do. 


William Stirling 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Stirling 


of Craigbamet 


Burry 


Campsie 



GLASGOW 2kd DISTRICT— Co»i<»n«frf. 



277 



County. 



Lanerk 



do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 



Acts of Rebellion and Grcumstances. 



Joined in the very beginning of the Rebel- 
lion & was in the Life Guards^ was in 
the party that disarmed the well affected 
in Baldemock^ there was a Warrand agt 
him prior to the Rebellion for carrying 
over to the French Service men raised in 
the Highlands 



Inlisted in the Rebel Army & continued to 
the End 



A zealous ffriend for the Pretender's In- 
terest^ was in the Rebellion 1715 & 
Influenced his two sons after mentioned 
to join them now by going to Edin' & 
presenting them to the Pretender's Son^ 
he was Closs with the Rebels at Glasgow 
& prompted them to vex & oppress the 
Inhabitants^ on news of the defeat fled 
his house 

Joined the Rebels at or immediately after 
Battle of Preston, was one of the party 
which came with Hay to raise the 

first contribution at Glasgow being 4500 
lib. He came South on the defeat at 
Culloden, was apprehended & Impri- 
soned in Dumbarton Castle, from thence 
made his Escape & is now said to be 

Employed by the Rebels as his Brother 
above & made his Escape from Culloden 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards, 
was wounded at the Battle of Preston & 
its said he shot a soldier there when the 
poor man was begging quarter, he com- 
mitted a great many outrages in the 
parish of Campsie & Escaped with Hugh 
Stirling as above, he's possesst of an 
Estate of 500 mks. yearly 



Where they 
now are. 



Fled south. 



not known. 



Dumbarton 
Castle pris'. 



Isle of Man 

Prisoner, 
not known. 

In the Isle 
of Man 
prisoner. 



378 



LIST OF BEBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Stirling 


Son to the I.Aird of 
Northside 


Glasgow 


Glasgow 


Andrew Sprewl 


Writer 


Gaudbridge 




Pat^ Stuart 
Walter Stuart 


ServUothelAte Coll. 

Stuart, 
Serv* to Craigbamet 


Hamilton 
Burry 


Hamilton 
Campsie 


Robert White 


painter 


Glasgow 


Glasgow 



GLASGOW 2nd m^TRlCr— Continued. 



279 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


lianerk 
TiHnerk 


Influenced by his Father joined early in 
the Rebellion^ was of the Command that 
came to Glasgow for money^ he was a 
Volunteer in a Brit^ Reg* at the Battle 
of Dettingen 

Was a Cap* in the Rebel ffoot till their dis- 
persion^ he used to practise his Business 
at Ed' 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Life Guards & 
was active in seizing horses 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army, went to 
£ng^ with them & returned again 

Carried Arms amongst the Athole men 


not known. 

Prisoner. 

not known, 
not known. 
Prisoner. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BOARD BY MR HENRY 

OF EXCISE 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


D. 








Thomas Davidson 


Residenter 


Kelso 


Kelso 


K. 








Henry Kerr 


of Greden 






M. 








Robert Moir 


an Idle young fellow 






S. 








Charles Scot 
Francis Scot 


Brother to Gordon- 
berry 
Barber 


Hawick 


Hawick 



S^ 



REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE 
ARMSTRONG, SUPERVISOR 
AT KELSO. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Teviotdale 
do. 

Tiviotdale 
Forrest 


Carried Arms with the Rebels but in what 
Station not known^ he is frequently 
Lunatick & has a wife & several children 
living upon charity 

Joined the Rebel Army 

Joined the Rebel Army at Edinburgh 

Was sometime Chamberlain to Buccleugh^ 

Joined the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms with the Rebels & was active 

in Robing the Country 


at home. 

Prisoner, 
not known. 

do. 

Lurking. 



281 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 
BY MR. JAMES MTHUN, COLLECTOR 



Names. 


Designations and Abode. 


c. 

Alex^ Cameron 


of Dungallan 


Alex^ Cameron alias 


Stronlia^ Maryburgh 


Angus Cameron 


in Maryburgh 


Alex' Cameron 


in do. 


Alex' Cameron in 


Altavullin in the Braes of Lochaber 


Allan Cameron 


ofCallart 


Allan Cameron 


of Lundarva 


Alex' Cameron 


Drimnasall 


Angus Cameron 


in Altavullin 


Don^ Cameron 


of Lochiel 


Don^ Carmichael 


Excise Compounder at Cuil in Appin 


Dmican Cameron 


Brewer in Dalmachomra 


Duncan More Cameron 


Brewer at 9 mile water in Lochaber Braes 


Don** Cameron 


Do. in Callart Ferry 


Ewen Cameron 


Brewer, West Corran, Braes of Lochaber 


Ewen Cameron 


Do. in Bonarcaig in Lochaber 


Ewen Cameron 


Do. in Kilmanivaig in do. 


Ewen More Cameron 


in Maryburgh 


Ewen Cameron 


Callart's Uncle 


Ewen Cameron 


Drironasail's Brother 


Ewen Cameron 


of Inverlochy 


John Cameron 


in Corran, LK>chaber 


John Cameron 


Callart's Uncle 


John Carmichael 


in Achusragan in Appin 


John Cameron 


Brewer in Corpich 


Malcom Carmichael 


Change Keeper at Kintalin, Appin 


Malcom Cameron 


Commonly called Whiskie 



282 



REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE BOARD 
OF ARGYLE NORTH COLLECTION. 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Was a Standard Bearer in the Rebel Army 
Was a Serjeant in Rebel Army 
Soldier in do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Was Captain in the Rebel Army 
Was Officer in do. 
Was at Fort William Seige & there 
Was a Soldier in the Rebel Army 
Collonel in do. 
Was a Serjeant in do. 

Carried Arms in do. & is in arrears for his Duties 
An Officer in Rebel Army & in arrears for do. 
a soldier in do. & in arrears for do. 

Do. & in arrears 

Do. do. 

Do. do. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
Was an Officer in do. at Fort W™ Seige & there 

made 
A Rebel Officer wounded at Culloden & since 
a Captain in the Rebel Army 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
an Officer in do. was wounded at Culloden & since 
Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 
a Serj^ in do. & in arrears for his Duties 
Was a Soldier in do. In arrears^ said to be 
Serjeant in the Rebel Army^ was at the Battle of 

Culloden & there 



Where they now are. 



not known. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Prisoner, 
kill'd at Preston. 
kiU'd. 
not known. 

do. 
kill'd at Culloden. 
not known. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

Prisoner. 
Dead, 
not known. 

do. 
Dead. 
Not known. 

do. 
Dead. 

kill'd. 

'2© 



S84 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 



L. 
Arch** Leech 

M. 

Alex' M'Lauchlan 
Alex' M^Lauchlan 

Arch'* M'Phun 
Allan McLean 
Archd M^CoU 
Allan M'Lean 
Angus McDonald 
Alex' M'Donald 
Alex' McDonald 
Arch* Manish 
Arch* McDonald 
Arch'i M^Erick 
Charles McLean 
Donald M'Donald 
Don«* M'Donald 

Duncan M^farlan 
Dun. Roy M'Lauchlan 
Duncan M^Lauchlan 
Duncan M'Lauchlan 
Dun. Dow M*Chombich 
Dun. M'Herioch 
Donald M'Coll 
Duncan M'Intyre 
Don** M'Donald 
Dougald M'Lauchlan 
Don^ M'Donald 
Don** M'Erich 
Don«* M'lnish 
Duncan MCharmaig 
Hugh McLaren 
Hugh Roy M*Coll 
Hugh M'Coll 
Hugh M'Lean 
Hugh M'Coll 
Jas. McDonald 



Designations and Abode. 



near Kirkmichael of Glasrie 



in LadiU, Tidewaiter in the Port of Fort W™ 
Ledsdail^ son to the Laird of Corries 

Taylor in Kirkmichael of Glasrie 

Son to Drimnan in Mull 

from Kintail in do. 

Calgarie's Son from Mull 

Younger of Glengarry 

of Glenco 

of Keppoch 

in Maryburgh 

of Clenaig in Lochaber 

Glenco's piper's nephew 

of Drimnan 

Brother to Keppoch 

Tirindrish, Brewer in Lochaber 

once in Achtertyre's Company 

in Ballemore in the Island of Kerera 

Donald Og's son 

in Ardachork 

from Achosrigan^ Appin 

from do. 

Smith in Appin 

Brewer in Lochielhead 

of Sandaig now Lochgarry 

Son to £wen M'Lauchlan in Inversanda 

Glenco's Brother 

Glenco's Rper 

the Ferryman's Son at Ballechelish 

in Achosrigan in Appin 

Brother to Doctor McLaren in do. 

in Appin 

in Glenstockidal in Appin 

Kilmorie's Son from Mull 

from Aros in Mull 

Glenco's Brother 



ARGYLE NORTH COLLECTION— Contimied. 



285 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they now are. 


Camed Arms in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


Made Major in the Rebel Army, was taken & sent to 


London^ prisoner. 


was Captain in do. & being an Excise Compounder 


not known. 


in arrears for his Duties 




Carried Arms in do. 


do. 


Was an Officer in do. 


do. 


Camed Arms in do. 


do. 


was Lieut, in the Rebel Army 


do. 


was a Collonel in do. 


kill'd at Falkirt 


was a Captain in do. 


not known. 


was Collonel in do. 


do. 


was a Soldier in do. 


do. 


was an Officer in do. 


do. 


Was with the Rebels in Arms 


do. 


Was an Officer in the Rebel Army 


do. 


Was a Captain in do. 


do. 


was a Captain in do. was taken prisoner at Falkirk 




& sent to 


London* 


Deserted ik Joined the Rebel Army 


not known. 


Carried Arms in do. 


do. 


a Soldier in the Rebel Army 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Do. & in Arrears for his Duties 


do. 


Was Captain in the Rebel Army 


do. 


Was an Officer in do. 


do. 


Was an Officer in do. 


do. 


was with the Rebels 


do. 


Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 


Dead. 


Was a Soldier in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


Do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Do. 


do. 


Was Captain in the Rebel Army 


do. 


was Soldier in do. 


do. 


Was an Officer in the Rebel Army 


do. 



986 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations and Abode. 


John M'Donald 


in Inverlochy 


John M'Donald 


Brewer in Altavullin 


John M'Kenzie 


in Ballachehsh 


John M'Coll 


Brewer s son at Portnarosh in Appin 


John M'Coll 


Sometime in Benderloch 


John M'Kenzie 


in Maryburgh 


John M'Lauchlan 


Kerera Ferrj', Brewer 


John M'I«RUchlan 


Weaver^ in Balimore in Kerrera 


John M'Lean 


Brother to Kingerloch 


Jas. M^Lauchlan 


in Morvem 


M' Jo» M'Lauchlan 


of Kilchoan 


Ken. M^Lauchlan 


of Kilinuchanich 


Lauch° M'I«auchlan 


of that Ilk 


Lauch^ M'Lauchlan 


of Inishconel 


Lauch"* McLaren 


Doctor in Appin 


Tiaiich'* McLean 


Natural son to Drimnan 


Lauch'^ M'Lauchlan 


son to the miller of Kilmiln in Appin 


M'Donald 


of Kinloch Moidart 


Nicol M^Alman 


Brewer in Morvem 


Neil M'Lauchlan 


in Balimore in Kerrera 


Patk M'Kaog 


in Kerrera 


Ron** McDonald 


in Morvem 


Ron'i M'Donald 


Glengarry's Brother in Lochaber 


Ron* McDonald 


Clenaig's Brother 


WiU"^ McDonald 


Glengarry's Brother 


R. 
Duncan Ranken 


East Corran near Lochaber 


S. 
Alex' Stewart 


of Invemachyle 


Allan Stewart 


Brewer in Kilmichael of Glassery 


Alex' Stewart 


Ardsheil's Cusin German from Morvem 


Alex' Stewart 


Son to James Stewart, Argour 


Allan Stewart 


Brother to Invemachyle 



ARGYLE NORTH COLLECTION— Con^tntwrrf. 



287 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Soldier in the Rebel Army 

Do. 

Carried Arms in the Rebel Army 

Was an Officer in the Rebel Army 

Soldier in Rebel Army, said to be forced out 

Soldier in do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Cap^ in the Rebel Army 

Old Lieutenant 

Joined the Rebels 

Adjutant in the Rebel Army & was very active in 

raising men 
Coll. in do. & Levied the Excise, was at the Battle 

of Culloden & there 
Captain in do. was at Culloden Battle & there 
Joined the Rebels 
Was an Officer in the Rebel Army 
Soldier in do. 
an Officer in do. taken at Lesmahagow on his way 

to England 
an Officer in do. 
a Soldier in do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Joined the Rebels 
was an Officer in the Rebel Army 
was a Captain in do. 



Where they now are. 



Was a Soldier in the Rebel Army 



Was an Officer in the Rebel Army, & active in rais- 
ing Appin's Tenents 

Was a Serj* in L* Louden's, taken at Preston by 
the Rebels & since an Officer in their Army 

Was a Captain in the Rebel Army 

An officer in do. 

a Captain in do. 



not known. 

do. 
Prisoner, 
not known. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
kill'd at Culloden. 
not known. 

do. 

do. 



kill'd. 

kill'd. 

not known. 

kill'd at Culloden. 

not known. 

Prisoner, 
kill'd. 
not known. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
killed. 



not known. 



do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 



388 



LIST OF REBELS FROM 



Names. 


Designations or Abode. 


Alex'f Stewart 
Allan Stewart 


Brother to Achnacon 

Son to Dougald Stewart^ Maryburgh 


Alex. Stewart 
Charles Stewart 
Charles Stewart 
Dougald Stewart 


of Ballechalish 

of Ardsheil 

Nottary Publick in Maryburgh 

in Maryburgh 


Don^ Stewart 
Duncan Stewart 
Duncan Stewart 
Francis Scrapie 
John Glass Stewart 


Brewer in Tychaman in Appin 
Ardshiel's Uncle from Morvem 
Change keeper Inverfolla^ Appin 
Late Corporal in Invera's Comp^ 
Brother to Acham 


James Stewart 
James Stewart 
John Stewart 
Robert Stewart 
Will°» Stewart 


in Morvem^ Ardshiel s Cusin German 
in Appin^ Ardshiel's Brother 
Brewer in Creganich, Lismore Isle 
Son to Duncan^ Appin's Factor 
in Morvem^ Ardsl^el s Cusin German 



ARGYLE NORTH COLLECTION— Con««u«i. 



S89 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they now are. 


a Captain in the Rebel Army 


not known. 


was a Serj^ in the Rebel Anny^ was wounded at 




Culloden^ was apprehended and sent to 
was a Captain in do. wounded at Culloden & since 


London, prisoner. 


Dead. 


was Collonel in do. 


not known. 


The Pretender s Son's Secretary's Clark 


do. 


Deserted from Auchtertyre's Company & joined the 

Rebels 
was Serj* in the Rebel Army 
was an Officer in do. at the Battle of Falkirk & there 


do. 


do. 


kill'd. 


Joined the Rebels 


not known. 


Deserted to the Rebels 


do. 


was a Cap^ in the Rebel Army^ was at the Battle of 




Culloden & there 


kai'd. 


was an Officer in do. 


not known. 


Do. 


do. 


was Serjeant in the Rebel Army 


do. 


was a Captain^ at Preston Battle & there 


killed. 


was a Lieut, in the Rebel Army & wounded 


not known. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BOARD BY MR. DANIEL 

OF EXCISE AT 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


B. 








Charles Blackie 


Sailor 


Campbell- 
toun 


Campbell- 
toun 


C. 








John Cunison 


Officer of Excise 


do. 


do. 



290 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE 
M'DONALD, COLLECTOR 
CAMPBELLTOUN. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Argyle 
do. 


Joined the Rebells at Edinburgh^ & con- 
tinued with them till disperst 

Employed as the above, drunk treason- 
able Healths & spoke disrespectfully 
of His Royal Hignness the Duke of 
Cumberland 


P Dumbarton 
Castle. 

Prisoner in do. 



m 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BOABD BY MR EDWARD 

EXCISE AT 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


C. 








William Cochran 


of Ferguslie 


Paisley 


Paisley 


W. 








John Weir 


Coal hewer 


Cathcart 


Cathcart 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 

BOARD BY MR JOHN HARPER, 



Names. 



M. 
John M'Donald 

^2 



Designations. 



Servant to Captain 



Abode. 



Chalmers of 



Parish. 



Gadyart 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE 
YOUNG, SUPERVISOR OF 
PAISLEY. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Renfrew 
Lanerk 


Joined & went along with the Rebels & 
continued till the Last 

Employed as the last above in all respects 


Lurking. 
Lurking. 



REBELLION, TRANSMITTED TO THE 
SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE AT AIR 



County. 



Air 



Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 



Joined the Rebel Army when first at Perth 



Where they 
now are. 



not known. 



A LIST OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE 
BOARD BY MR ALEX» HOME, 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


H. 








David Home 
Will» Home 


Son to the deceast Geo. 

Home of Whitfield 
Son to Pat^ Home 

late Maltster 


Duns 


Duns 


L. 








Rob* Lauder^ Jun'f 


of Bailmouth 






Arch^ Lauder 


a Boy, Son to Do. 







8M 



REBELLION TRANSMITTED TO THE 
SUPERVISOR OF EXCISE AT DUNS. 



County. 


Acts of Rebellion and Circumstances. 


Where they 
now are. 


Berwick 
do. 

East 
Lothian 
do. 


Joined the Rebels A 
Do. r 

Joined the Rebels & went with them to 

England 
Do. 


Prisoners. 

not known. 
Prisoner. 



LIST OF PERSONS concern'd in the RE- 
BELLION, WITH EVIDENCES to prove 
THE SAME, Transmitted to the Commis- 
sioners OF Excise by the several Super- 
visors OF Excise in SCOTLAND 





INDEX 




Districts. 




FoUo.1 


Aberdeen 
Argyle, South 




298 
326 


Banff . 


• • • • • 


308 


Caithness 




324 


Dunse . 

Dunfermline 

Dundee 




326 
348 
351 


Elgin . 
Edin^ . 




334 
338 


Glasgow, 1«* & 2*^ . 




346 


Kirkaldy . 




344 


Montrose 




320 


Old Meldrum 




302 


Paisley [Newport" 




326 


Ross 




328 


Stirling 

St. Andrews. 




316 
352 



N.B. — For Wigton, Air, Kilmarnock, Argyle North, Lanark, 
Perth, Haddington, Jedburgh, Dumfries, & Lithgow Districts 
no Lists with Evidences to prove the Facts were sent to the Board, 
the proper Supervisors having acquainted the Comm^ of Excise 
that none could be procur d. 



1 For the folios in the orif^nal the pages of this volume are substituted. 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN ABERDEEN DISTRICT 

REBELLION, WITH EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


County. 


George Alexander 


Glover 


Spittal 


Oldmachar 


Aberdeen 


John Burnet, Jun^ 


of Campiield 


Campiield 


Kincarden 


do. 


Peter Byres 


of Toneley 


Toneley 


Touch 


do. 


James Duff, Esq"" 


Son to Hat ton 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


Alex. Durom^ 


Writer s Serv' 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Jun^ 










Peter Duguid 


of Auchenhove 


Auchen- 
hove 


Lumfan- 
nan 


do. 


Hen. Elphinston, 


late a Land 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


Sen' 


Waiter 








James Farquhar- 


of Balmurle 


Craigmile 


Kincarden 


do. 


son, Esq. 










Fra. Farquharson, 


of Monaltry 


Brackley 


Glenmuch 


do. 


Esq. 










George Gordon, 


of Hallhead 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


Esq. 










Francis Gordon, 


of Kincarden 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Esq. 


Miln 









298 



WHO HAVE BEEN CONCERN'D IN THE 
PROVE THE DIFFERENT FACTS. 



Yearly rent. 



70 



30 



40 



50 



400 



30 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



Pretty good 



Burnt 



very bad 
Burnt 



Indifferent 



do. 



Evidences. 



Alexander Paterson^ Farmer in Todlochy & 
Parish of Monymusk^ William Touchy 
Servant in Couly in s^ Parish & James 
Thomson^ Town's Serjeant in Aberdeen, 
all in Aberdeen Shire. 

James Simpson, Servant in Charlestown in 
the Parish of Aboyn, John Shaw, Ground 
Officer there and the above William 
Towch. 

James Sinclair, Serv^ in Kirktown in Aboyn 
Parish & the s*^ James Simpson & John 
Shaw. 

Rod^ Mcculloch, Town Serjeant in Aber- 
deen, James Thomson, also Town's Ser- 
jeant there and James Sutherland, 
merchant there. 

The s**" Rod^ Mcculloch, James Thomson & 
James Sutherland. 

The s^ James Simpson, John Shaw, James 
Sutherland & William Touch. 

The s<*« Rod^ Mcculloch, James Sutherland 
& James Thomson. 

The s*^ James Simpson, John Shaw & Will. 
Touch. 

Do. 

The saids James Sutherland, Will. Towch 

& James Thomson. 
Do. 



S99 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN ABERDEEN DISTRICT 

REBELLION, WITH EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 



George Alexander 



John Burnet, Jun^ 



Peter Byres 



James DufF, Esq^ 



Alex. Durom^ 

Jun' 
Peter Duguid 

Hen. Elphinston, 

Sen' 
James Farquhar- 

son, Esq. 
Fra. Farquharson, 

Esq. 
George Gordon, 

Esq. 
Francis Gordon, 

Esq. 

298 



Designations. 



Glover 



of Campiield 



of Toneley 



Son to Hat ton 



Writer's Serv* 

of Auchenhove 

late a Land 

Waiter 
of Balmurle 

of Monaltry 

of Hallhead 

of Kincarden 
Miln 



Abode. 



Spittal 



Campiield 



Toneley 



Aberdeen 



do. 

Auchen- 
hove 
Aberdeen 

Craigmile 

Brackley 

Aberdeen 

do. 



Parish. 



County. 



Oldmachar 



Kincarden 



Touch 



Aberdeen 



do. 



do. 



Aberdeen 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Lumfan- 

nan 
Aberdeen 


do. 
do. 


Kincarden 


do. 


Glenmuch 


do. 


Aberdeen 


do. 


do. 


do. 



WHO HAVE BEEN CONCERN'D IN THE 
PROVE THE DIFFERENT FACTS. 



Yearly rent. 



70 



30 



40 



50 



400 



30 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



Pretty good 



Burnt 



very bad 
Burnt 
Indifferent 
do. 



Evidences. 



Alexander Paterson^ Farmer in Todlochy & 
Parish of Monymusk^ William Touchy 
Servant in Couly in s^ Parish & James 
Thomson^ Town's Serjeant in Aberdeen, 
all in Aberdeen Shire. 

James Simpson^ Servant in Charlestown in 
the Parish of Aboyn, John Shaw, Ground 
Officer there and the above William 
Towch. 

James Sinclair, Serv* in Kirktown in Aboyn 
Parish & the s*^ James Simpson & John 
Shaw. 

Rod^ Mcculloch, Town Serjeant in Aber- 
deen, James Thomson, also Town's Ser- 
jeant there and James Sutherland, 
merchant there. 

The s^ Rod^ M'culloch, James Thomson & 
James Sutherland. 

The s*^" James Simpson, John Shaw, James 
Sutherland & William Touch. 

The s*^ Rod^ M'culloch, James Sutherland 
& James Thomson. 

The s*^ James Simpson, John Shaw & Will. 
Touch. 

Do. 

The saids James Sutherland, Will. Towch 

& James Thomson. 
Do. 



S99 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN ABERDEEN DISTRICT 

REBELLION, WITH EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 



George Alexander 



John Burnet, Jun^ 



Peter Byres 



James Duff, Esq'' 



Alex. Durom, 

Jun^ 
Peter Duguid 

Hen. Elphinston, 

Sen' 
James Farquhar- 

son, Esq. 
Fra. Farquharson, 

Esq. 
George Gordon, 

Esq. 
Francis Gordon, 

Esq. 

^8 



Designations. 



Glover 



of Campiield 



of Toneley 



Son to Hat ton 



Writer's Serv* 

of Auchenhove 

late a Land 

Waiter 
of Balmurle 

of Monaltry 

of Hallhead 

of Kincarden 
Miln 



Abode. 



Spittal 



Campfield 



Toneley 



Aberdeen 



do. 

Auchen- 
hove 
Aberdeen 

Craigmile 

Brackley 

Aberdeen 

do. 



Parish. 



County. 



Oldmachar 



Kincarden 



Touch 



Aberdeen 



do. 



do. 



Aberdeen 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Lumfan- 

nan 
Aberdeen 


do. 
do. 


Kincarden 


do. 


Glenmuch 


do. 


Aberdeen 


do. 


do. 


do. 



WHO HAVE BEEN CONCERN'D IN THE 
PROVE THE DIFFERENT FACTS. 



Yearly rent. 



70 



30 



40 



50 



400 



SO 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



Pretty good 



Burnt 



very bad 
Burnt 
Indifferent 
do. 



Evidences. 



Alexander Paterson, Farmer in Todlochy & 
Parish of Monymusk^ William Touchy 
Servant in Couly in s^ Parish & James 
Thomson^ Town's Serjeant in Aberdeen, 
all in Aberdeen Shire. 

James Simpson, Servant in Charlestown in 
the Parish of Aboyn, John Shaw, Ground 
Officer there and the above William 
Towch. 

James Sinclair, Serv^ in Kirktown in Abovn 
Parish & the s*^ James Simpson & John 
Shaw. 

Rod^ Mcculloch, Town Serjeant in Aber- 
deen, James Thomson, also Town's Ser- 
jeant there and James Sutherland, 
merchant there. 

The s*^ Rod^ M'cuUoch, James Thomson & 
James Sutherland. 

The s^ James Simpson, John Shaw, James 
Sutherland & William Touch. 

The s**" Rod^ Mcculloch, James Sutherland 
& James Thomson. 

The s^ James Simpson, John Shaw & Will. 
Touch. 

Do. 

The saids James Sutherland, Will. Towch 

Sc James Thomson. 
Do. 



S09 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN ABERDEEN DISTRICT 

REBELLION, WITH EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


County. 


George Alexander 


Glover 


Spittal 


Oldmachar 


Aberdeen 


John Buruet, Jun^ 


of Campfield 


Campfield 


Kincarden 


do. 


Peter Byres 


of Toneley 


Toneley 


Touch 


do. 


James DufF, Rsq*^ 


Son to Hat ton 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


Alex. Duroni, 


Writer's Servt 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Jun"^ 










Peter Duguid 


of Auchenhove 


Auchen- 
hove 


Lumfan- 
nan 


do. 


Hen. Elphinston^ 


late a Land 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


Sen' 


Waiter 








James Farquhar- 


of Balmurle 


Craigmile 


Kincarden 


do. 


son^ Esq. 
Fra. Farquharson, 
! Esq. 
George Gordon, 


of Monaltry 
of Hallhead 


Brackley 
Aberdeen 


Glenmuch 
Aberdeen 


do. 
do. 


Esq. 
Francis Gordon, 


of Kincarden 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Esq. 


Miln 









296 



WHO HAVE BEEN CONCERN'D IN THE 
PROVE THE DIFFERENT FACTS. 



Yearly rent. 



70 



30 



40 



50 



400 



SO 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



Pretty good 



Burnt 



very bad 
Burnt 
Indifferent 
do. 



Evidences. 



Alexander Paterson^ Farmer in Todlochy & 
Parish of Monymusk^ William Touchy 
Servant in Couly in s^ Parish & James 
Thomson^ Town's Serjeant in Aberdeen, 
all in Aberdeen Shire. 

James Simpson^ Servant in Charlestown in 
the Parish of Aboyn, John Shaw, Ground 
Officer there and the above William 
Towch. 

James Sinclair, Serv^ in Kirktown in Aboyn 
Parish & the s*^ James Simpson & John 
Shaw. 

Rod^ Mcculloch, Town Serjeant in Aber- 
deen, James Thomson, also Town's Ser- 
jeant there and James Sutherland, 
merchant there. 

The s**" Rod^ M'culloch, James Thomson & 
James Sutherland. 

The s^" James Simpson, John Shaw, James 
Sutherland & William Touch. 

The s**" Rod^ Mcculloch, James Sutherland 
& James Thomson. 

The s*^ James Simpson, John Shaw & Will. 
Touch. 

Do. 

The saids James Sutherland, Will. Towch 

& James Thomson. 
Do. 



209 



800 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


County. 


Alex. Garrioch 


Merchant 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Francis Gordon 


Shoemaker 


do. 


« 

do. 


do. 


Charles Gordon 


of Blelock 


Miln of 
Galland 


Coul 


do. 


Charles Halket 


Writer's Ser- 
vant 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


John Innes 


Wright 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Alex. Irvine^ Esq. 


of Drum 


Drum 


Drumoak 


do. 


James Innes, Esq. 


of Balnacraig 


Balnacraig 


Aboyn 


do. 


Patrick Leggie 


Writer 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


William Moir, Esq. 


of Lonemay 


Nether 
miln 


Cruden 


do. 


Thomas Mercer 


Merchant 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


James Moir, Esq. 


of Stonnywood 


Stonny- 
wood 


Newhills 


do. 


Charles Moir 




Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


do. 


Gilbert Menzies^ 


of Pitfoddels 


Pitfoddels 


Maryculter 


Kincarden 


Jun^ 










James Petrie 


Sheriff Depute 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen 


Robert Reid 


Merchant 


Aberdeen 


do. 


do. 


James Ross 


Cooper Appren- 
tice 


do. 


do. 


do. 


John Ross 


Sailor 


do. 


do. 


do. 


John Scott 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


George Steel 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Daniel Smith 


do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Rob^ Sandilands 


Writer 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Will. Strachan 


late Clk. of 
Cust« 


do. 


do. 


do. 


William Trowp 


Dancing M^ 


do. 


do. 


do. 


John Thomson 


Merchant 


Old Aber- 
deen 


Old 
Machar 


do. 



ABERDEEN BI^mCT—Coraimud. 



301 



Yearly rent of 
their Estates. 



50 



100 



30 



150 

200 
80 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



Burnt 



Pretty good 



very good 



Indifferent 

None 
very good 



Evidences. 



The saids Rod. M'culloch^ James Suther- 
land & James Thomson. 

Do. 

The above James Sinclair, James Simpson 
& John Shaw. 

The saids Rod^ M'culloch^ James Suther- 
land and James Thomson. 

Do. 

James Adamson^ Gairdner in Drum in the 
parish of Drumoak^ Andrew Clark in 
Colarly in Echt Parish, & Pat. Davidson 
in Babiacraig in Abo3m Parish. 

The s"^ Andrew Clerk & Pat Davidson Sg 
James Davidson, Ground Off^ in Charles- 
town. 

Alex. Aiken & James Cook, Porters in 
Aberdeen & Pat. Harvie also Porter 
there. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN OLD MELDRUM 

IN THE REBELLION, WITH 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


County. 


John Douglas 


of Fechel 


Fechel 


Ellon 


Aberdeen 


Cha. Cumming 


of Kinninmont 


Kinnin- 
mont 


Longmay 


do. 


Alex. Cumming 


Farmer 


Meikle 
Crichie 


Old Deer 


do. 


William Cumming 


of Pittully 


Pitully 


Pitsligo 


do. 


John Cruikshank 

Alex. Craig 
Will. Christie 

Will. Chalmers 
George Chain 
Alexander Forbes 


Surgeon 

Shipmaster 

Baxter 

Sailor 

Lord Pitsligo 


Fraser- 
burgh 

Pitsligo 

Fraser- 
burgh 
do. 
do. 

Pitsligo 


Fraser- 
burgh 

Pitsligo 

Fraser- 
biu>gh 
do. 
do. 

Pitsligo 


do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 


William Fraser 


Brother to 


Inveralichy 


Rathen 


do. 


James Ferrier 


Sailor 


Fraser- 
burgh 


Fraser- 
burgh 


do. 



802 



DISTRICT WHO HAVE BEEN CONCERN'D 
EVIDENCES TO PROVE THE FACTS. 



Yearly rent of 
their Estate. 



83 6 8 



150 



600 stock 



300 



50 
400 



stock 







Condition of 
Mansion house. 



very good 



do. 



a good house 



1000 stock 



a fine house 



Evidences. 



James Ryan Officer of Excise at Newburgh^ 
Alex. Ritchie at Kirk of Methlick, M» 
Chalmers, Vintner in Ellon & Elizabeth 
Chalmers in Ellon. 

James Arthur in Kinninmont, John Wilkin 
in Cassiefoord, John Webster in Clockean 
and John Dalgamo in New Deer. 

John Lawrence at Old Deer, John Webster 
in Clockean, John Dalgamo in New Deer 
and James Arthur in Kinninmont. 

John Foreman at House of Pitully, John 
Pirie at Roscarty & Eneas Campbell at 
Pittully. 

John Pirie at Roscarty, John Hepburn at 
Ardla & John Foreman at Pitully. 

Do. 

William M'Kay & Alex. Jamison in Philorth 
in the parish of Fraserburgh. 

Do. 
Do. 

John Pirie, Serv^ to Lord Pitsligo, John 
Hepburn in Ardla & Jn<^ Foreman at 
Pitully. 

Alexander Low in Fraserburgh, Alex. 
Russel there, John Pirrie at Roscarty, 
John Foreman at Pitully & John Hep- 
bum at Ardla. 

William Hay & Alex. Jamison, both in 
Philorth & Fraserburgh Parish. 



808 



S04 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Connty. 


John Fullerton, 


of Dudwick 


Slains 


Ellon 


Aberdeen 


Jun' 










Mary Farquharson 


Lady Tumerhall 


Tumerhall 


do. 


do. 


Geo. Forrest 


ServHo C. Enrol 


Slains 


Cruden 


do. 


Jonathan Forbes 


Farmer 


Brux 


Kildrumie 


do. 


Robert Grordon 


of Logie 


Logie 


Crimond 


do. 


Alex. GUI 
Mary Hay 


Shipmaster 
Count, of Enrol 


Fraser- 
burgh 
Slains 


Fraser- 
burgh 
Slains 


do. 
do. 


Adam Hay 


of Caimbanno 


Caimbanno 


New Deer 


do. 


Peter Kilgour 


Merchant 


Ellon 


Ellon 


do. 


Lawrence Leith 


Farmer 


Newflinder 


Kineth- 
mond 


do. 


Anthony Leith 


do. 


Leith hall 


do. 


do. 


Alex. Morrison 


Sailor 


Fraser- 


Fraser- 


do. 


WilL Moir 


of Longmay 


burgh 
Nether, 
miln 


burgh 
Longmay 


do. 


William Miln 


Merchant 


Ellon 


Ellon 


do. 


Alex. Ogilvie 


of Auchiries 


Corthie 


Rathen 


do. 


W«»&Jno.Ogilvies 


B" to Auchiries 


Auchiries 


do. 


do. 



OLD MELDBUM— Continued. 



305 



Yearly rent of 
their Estate. 



166 13 8 



1000 stock 
260 



3000 



50 



100 stock 



166 13 8 



100 stock 
200 
300 



Condition of 
Mansion houses. 



a fine house 



a bad house 



very good & 

new 
stock each 



Evidences. 



Will. Nisbet at Waterside in Slains parish 
& Ja. Forrest at Nethermiln in Cruden 
Parish. 

Gilbert Davidson in Tumerhall, Will. 
Brechin in Hillhead & William Wilson 
in Kirkhill^ all in Ellon parish. 

John Shewan in Braehead & John Lendrum 
in College, both in Cruden Parish. 

M"^ Will. Min^ at Kildrumie & David Ram- 
say in Old Rain 

John Pirrie at Roscarty in Pitsligo Parish, 
John Hepburn at Ardla in Tyrie Parish, 
Alex. Low in Fraserburgh, & Alex. 
Russel there. 

Will. M'Kay & Alex. Jamison both in 
Philorth & that parish. 

Will. Nisbet in Waterside in the parish of 
Slains, James Strachan, George Paul and 
William Ogston all in Slains & in Cruden 
parish. 

John Dalgamo in New Deer, John Law- 
rence in Old Deer & James Forbes in 
Tumerhall house in Ellon parish. 

Alex. Ritchie in Methlick, Geo. Catto & 
Geo. Cantlo both in Ellon. 

Alex. Tower, John Sey & Alex. Mathison 
all in Old Rain. 

David Ramsay in Old Rain, Alex. Bettie & 
John Chevas both in Premno that Parish. 

William M*Kay & Alex. Jamison both in 
Philorth & that parish. 

John Hay of Auch Wharney, M*" Alexander 
Keith at Sand and James Gordon of 
Affluchrees all in the parish of Cruden Sc 
Provost Muirison of Aberdeen. 

Alex. Ritchie in Methlick, Geo, Catto & 
Geo. Cantlo both in Ellon. 

Aeneas Campbell and John Foreman at 
Pitully in Pitsligo Parish. 

The s^ Campbell & Foreman & Alex. Low 
& James Mathew, both in Fraserburgh. 



u 



306 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


County. 


Alex. Ramsay 


Merchant 


Roscarty 


Pitsligo 


Aberdeen 


John Souter 




Ellon 


Ellon 


do. 


Alex. Smith 


of Meany 


Meany 


Belhelvie 


do. 


John Turner 


ofTumerhall,J' 


Tumerhall 


Ellon 


do. 


George Leggat 


Merchant 


Ellon 


Ellon 


do. 


Alex. Thomson 


of Fechfield 


Old Deer 


Old Deer 


do. 


James Thomson, 
Jn' 


of Fechfield 


Fechfield 


do. 


do. 


David Tjrrie, Juii^ 


of Dunnydeer 


Dunnedeer 


Inch 


do. 


Alex. White, Jun'^ 


of ArdlahiU 


Aberdowr 


Aberdowr 


do. 


Tho. Arbuthnot 


Merch* 


Peterhead 


Peterhead 


do. 



OLD MELDRUM— Continued. 



son 



Yearly rent. 



300 



SS 6 8 



Condition of 
their houses. 



Stock 



good house 



300 



200 



do. 



a fashionable 
house 



80 



30 



not good 



Evidences. 



John Pirrie in Roscarty in Pitsligo Parish, 

John Hepburn in Ardla in Tyrie Parish, 

George Mathers & William Cruden, both 

in Fraserburgh. 
Charles Pirrie in Craighall^ Andrew Pirrie 

in Piltachie & Andrew Bettie in Ellon, 

all in Ellon parish. 
John Wishart in Tillicorthy in Udny Parish, 

John Morice in Miln of Fidaess and 

Foveran parish & William Nisbet at 

Waterside in the parish of Slains. 
James Forbes in Tumerhall & Cha. Pirrie 

in Craighall, both in Ellon parish. 
Andrew Pirrie in Piltachy in Ellon Parish, 

Alex. Ritchie in Methlick in that viz^ 

Methlick Parish, George Catto & George 

Cantlo, both in Ellon. 
Alex. Dalgamo, Tennent in Feckfield, Tho. 

Thomson in Parkhill, both in Longside 

Parish. 
John Webster in Clochean in Old Deer 

Parish & Jn9 Marshall in Invervedy in 

Longside Parish. 
David Ramsay & Alex. Mathison, both in 

Old Rain & that parish & John Chevas 

in Premno & Premno parish. 
William Cruden & Tho. Shirras, both in 

Fraserburgh. 
Alex. Cumming & James Moir, both in 

Longside & that parish, & Robert and 

Thomas Arbuthnot's both Merchants in 

Peterhead. 



A LIST OF PERSONS FROM BANFF DISTRICT 

EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Yearly Rent of 
their Estates. 


James Abercrombie 


Deskford 


Deskford 




Alex. Anderson 


Knocky miln 


Turriff 




James Bicky 


Turriff miln 


do. 




George Bremner 


Carmoucie 


Forglen 




John Brown 


do. 


do. 




James Crighton 


of Auchingoul 


Inverkething 
in Banff 


40 


William Davidson 


Turriff 


Turriff 




James Duncan 


Serv* in do. 


do. 




Alex. Gordon^ setf 


of Dorlathers 


do. 


56 


Alex. Gordon, jun' 


of do. 


do. 




John Garvock 


Serv* to do. 


do. 




John Garvock 


Dorlathers 


do. 




Arthur Gordon 


Camoucie 


Forglen 


9000 


John Gordon 


his Serv* 


do. 




John Gillespie, Jun' 


Turriff 


Turriff 




George Gill 


Bridgend 


do. 




Alex. Gall 


Cormucie 


Forglen 




George Hay, Jun' 
John Hay Wright 
Alex. Halket 


Montblairy 
Dalgity 
Druckla miln 


Alva, in Banff 
Turriff 
do. 


56 


Charles Halket 


a younger Br of 

Alex''^ 


do. 





308 



CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION, WITH 
PROVE THE SAME. 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



pretty good 



pretty good 



very good 



Evidences. 



James Donaldson, George Urquhart & Alex. Kennedy^ 
Merchants in TurrifF. 

Do. 
Do. 
Thomas & Alexander Davidsons in Wak Miln of Car- 
mucie in Forglen parish. 

Do. 
James Donaldson, Geo. Urquhart^ & Henry Jeans^ in 
TurrifF. 

Do. 
Do. 
William Irvine at Miln of Leathers, & Alexander 

Irvine in Yonderstown parish. 
James WiUox & Henry Jeans with the above Merchants 
in Turriff. 

Do. 

George Cow, James Lumisdale, & James Porter^ all 
in Newton in Forglen Parish. 

Do. 
James Brodie fisq'^ Muresk, & M' Fiddes his Chaplain 

both in Turriff Parish 
James & John Smarts & Tho. Davidson all in Bridgend 

& Turriff Parish & their wives. 
Janet Smith in Knocky bum^ Marg* Cowie her Serv* & 

W^ Pirrey, Shoemaker in Turriff 
James Donaldson & others above nam'd in Turriff. 

Do. 
Do. 
Well known in Aberdeen. 



809 



no 


TJST FROM 




Names. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Yearly Rent of 
their Estates. 


Peter Hepburn 


Ardin 


Turiff 




John Innes 
James King 
John Kynnach 
Alex. Leith 
William I^sslie 


Turriff 

Darrow 

Bumtbrae 

Turriff 

Hillhead 


do. 

do. 
Alva 
Turriff 

do. 




William Maver 
James Maver 
George Miln Sen' 
George Miln Jun*^ 


Turriff 

do. 

do. 
Bridgend 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 




Wm. Miln 
Robert Massie 


Turriff 
do. 


do. 
do. 




Alex, Morrison 


Knockybum 


do. 




Alexander Panton 


Turriff 


do. 





BANFF DISTRICT— Con^inwd. 



311 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



Evidences. 



James Ramsay Farmer in Sigget in Auchterless Parish 

& W™ Porter, Hepburn's Subtennent. 
Merchants in TurrifF above mention'd. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
John Hay Wright & John Morrison both in Hillhead 8c 

TurrifF Parish. 
Merchants in Turriff above mention'd. 
James Ramsay, Farmer in Sigget in Auchterless Parish. 
Merchants in 'Turriff above mention'd. 
James & John Smarts & Tho. Davidson all in Bridgend 

and Turriff parish. 
Merchants in Turriff before mention'd. 
George Urquhart, office keeper in Turriff & family & 

Henry Jeans, Mer* there. 
William Morrison & Alex. Morrison his Son in Muckholp 

in Turriff Parish. 



813 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


John Pirrie 


Serv* to Dorlathers 




Turriff 


John Roy 
James Stewart 
John Skeen 
William Scott 


Servant 


Turriff 

do. 

do. 
Carnuice 


do. 
do. 
do. 
Forglen 


George White 
William Wilson 




Miln of Gask 
Turriff 


Turriff 
do. 


George Gordon 
John Gordon 


Farmer 
Young dominy 


Muirifield 
Jannycroy 


Grange 
Keith 


Hercules Paterson 


Surgeon 


Keith 


do. 


John Simpson 
Patrick Stewart 


Bleacher 
Farmer 

• 


Auchenhoof 
Kinninder 


Grange 
Mortlech 


Angus Stewart 
James Gordon Jun^ 
Alexander Lesslie 

Alex. Grant 
William Stewart 
William Forbes 

Arthur Gordon 


do. 
of Aberlour 
Faruier 

do. 
do. 
do. 

of Carnouice 


Park beg 
Aberlour 
Auchen- 

hanach 
Nether Clunie 
Oleek 
West Cald- 

wald 
Forglan 


do. 
Aberlour 
Mortleck 

do. 
Aberlour 
Boharm 

Forglen 


James Crighton 


of Auchingowl 




Inverkeith- 
ing 


Alex. Gordon of 


Dorlaithers 




Turriff 



BANFF DISTRICT— Continued. 



318 



Rental 



Condition of 
Mansion ho. 



500 



40 



60 



Evidences. 



George Mitchel at Mains^ Leuthers & M' 

Jn® Duncan, Gov*" to Dorlather's Children^ 

both in TurrifF Parish. 
Merchants in Turriff before ment^. 

Do. 
Do. 
Thomas & Alex. Davidsons in Walk Miln 

of Camuice in Forglen Parish. 
Merchants in Turriff before mention'd. 
Janet Smith in Knockibum^ Marg^ Cowie^ 

her Serv* & W™ Pierrie, Shomaker in 

Turriff & all in that parish 

Mess® Arch** Campbell, asis* Preacher in 
Carnie^ & Alex. Chalmers^ Probationer 
at Cairn whelp in Camie Parish. 

William Taylor & John Saunders^ Mes- 
sengers in Keith. 

Do. 

James Martin near Mortleck^ Donald 
M'donald at Hidehaugh^ & Alexander 
Day at Kirkton of Mortleck all in Mort- 
leek parish. 



> No Evidences ag^ these persons. 



John Troup, Tenn^ in Greendykes, Geo. 
Cow, Ten* in Old town of Carnouice, 
James Alexander in Boginhilt, & Geo. 
Leggat in Bogton, all in Forglan Parish. 

James Brember, Mer* in Mamock kirk^ 
James Allan in Braehead, John Andrew 
in Euchry & Pat. Thain there, all in 
Inverkeithing Parish. 

Geo. Mitchel in Mains of Laithers, John 
Ranny in Bumthall, W™ Ranny in 
Braefoot & Geo. Ranny, blacksmith there 
all in Turriff Parish. 



314 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


• Parish. 


Alex. M'Rae 

Robert Fraser 
Angus Campbell 
'I'homas Marr 
John Duff 




Banff 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


Banff 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


David Wilson 


Brewer 


Gardenhead 


Ordowhill 


Donald Fraser 
George Hay 
George Paterson 


Servant 
Sailor 


Portsoy 
do. 

New Dum 


Fordyce 
do. 
do. 


James Bowman 


Gardiner 


Portsoy 


do. 


James Joiner 




do. 


do. 


Robert Kennedy 
Sir W"» Gordon 


of Park 


Dum 
Park 


do. 
Ordowhill 


Sir W'" Dunbar 
William Mcdonald 
William Petrie 


Piper 


Dum 
Portsoy 
do. 


Fordyce. 
do. 
do. 



BANFF DISTRICT— CmUirated. 



315 



Rental. 


Condition of 
Mansion ho. 


Evidences. 






Provost James Innes^ Baillies DufFus & 
Thain & W"» Reid all in Banff. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
William Bruce. 



County. 



Banff 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Evidences. 



Pat. Gordon^ Merchant in Portsoy & Rod. Davidson, 
Weaver there, both in the Parish of Fordyce. 



/ 



A LIST OF PERSONS FROM STIRLING 

LION, WITH EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


County. 


James Graham 


of Airth 


Airth 


Airth 


Stirling 


Jun' 










James Gardner 


Serv* to do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


James Murray 


Merchant 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Alex. Miln 


of Newmiln 


Newmiln 


do. 


do. 


David & Thomas 


sons to do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


WiUiam Baad 


Brewer 


Lethem 


Lethem 


do. 


John Simpson 


Brewer 


Falkirk 


Falkirk 


do. 


James Kincaid 


of Degren 


Degren 


do. 


do. 


John Henderson 


Merch* 


Clackman- 
nan 


Clackman- 
an 


do. 


Da. & Ja. Rollos 


Sons of Pows 
Rollo 


Pows Rolls 


St. Ninians 


do. 


Andrew Steven 


Farmer 


Ferrytown 


Clackman- 
an 


do. 


James Robertson 


Weaver 


Bannock- 
bum 


St. Ninians 


do. 


Peter Lockhart 


Smith 


do. 


do. 


do. 


M' W°» Harper 


Kpis. Min>^ 


Bothken- 
ner 


Bothken- 
ner 


do. 


John Lochead 


Merch* 


in Alloa 


Alloa 


do. 



316 



DISTRICT CONCERN'D IN THE REBEL- 
PROVE THE DIFFERENT FACTS. 



Yearly Rent. 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



40 



25 



Evidences. 



Inhabitants of Airth. 

James Raith, Barber in Airth & Alex. 

Archibald^ Shoemaker there. 
John Watson^ Shipmaster in Airth & John 

Scott, Wright there. 

{John Dick, Shipmaster in Airth & Alex. 
Hodge, Brewer there. 
James Rae, Barber in Airth & Alex. Arch**, 

Shoemaker there. 
James Cowan of Powside in the Parish of 
Airth & Henry Corbet ofP of Excise 
there. 
Robert M«kie, Depute Baillie in Airth & 
his Spouse & Arch** Gilchrist, Baxter 
there. 
John Clark, Mer* in Airth, Henry Corbet, 

Excise OfT* there. 
John Baad, Mer* in Airth, Christ. Davidson, 
Spouse to W™ Logan Brewer there & 
the Ex. officer. 
James Cowan of Powside in Airth Parish & 

Ja. Buchan, Mer* in Borrowstouness. 
'Margaret Logan, Spouse to John Logan, 
Brewer in Bannockbum, Robert David- 
son, Weaver in Glasgow & Henry 
Corbet, Officer of Excise in Airth. 
James M*Near, Sclater in Falkirk & Rob* 

& James M'nears his sons. 
Robert Adam & John Dick, Shipmasters in 
Airth. 



817 



318 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


County. 


Robert Anderson 






St.Ninians 


Stirling 


Robert Watt 


Sclater 


Do¥m 


Do¥m 


do. 


Robert Caddel 


Gunsmith 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Henry Oat Jun' 


Mason 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Pat. Ridoch 


Sclater 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Don. Mitchell 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


John M'lachlan 


Wright 


do. 


do. 


do. 


John Squair 


Weaver 


Bridgend 




do. 


Tho. Caddel, 


Gunsmith 


Down 


Down 


do. 


Sen' 










Tho. Caddel, 


Do. 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Jun' 










Duncan Wright 


Carrier 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Andrew Watt 


Sclater 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Will Oatt 




do. 


do. 


do. 


Duncan Mitchel 


Carrier 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Thomas M'farlane 


Smith 


do. 


do. 


do. 



STIRLING DISTRICT -Continued. 



319 



Yearly Rent. 



Condition of 
Mansion House. 



Evidences. 



Alex. Bow & Geo. M'Vie, Smiths in Car- 
nock & Pat. Robertson^ Mer^ in Elphing- 
ston. 

John Christy Multerer in Down Miln^ 
John Michel]^ Merchant in Down^ 
Robert Mitchel, Merch* there, Alex. 
Campbell, Gunsmith there, James 
Kemp, Innkeeper there & James 
& William Taylors both Innkeepers 
there. 
Allan Stewart, Vintner in Down, & John 

Christy, Multerer in the Mill there. 
The above M^ Christy & Alex. Campbell, 

Gunsmith in Down. 
Rob* & John Mitchels, Mer*« in Down & 
Marjory Paton, Spouse to Rob* Balfour 
there. 
Thomas Gibson, Wright in Down. 
Donald Campbell, Gunsmith in Stirling & 

James Taylor, Merch* in Down. 
Pat. Ferguson, Mer* in Down & James 

Taylor, Mer* there. 
William M'lellan, Purse Master in Down & 
his Spouse, Will. Christy, Baxter there, 
Duncan M'niccol, Brewer there, & his 
Spouse, & Allan Stewart, Vintner there. 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN MONTROSE 
REBELLION, WITH EVIDENCES 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


John Erskine 


Mer* Apprentice 


Montrose 


John Lindsay 


Surgeon App. 


do. 


John Stephen 


Wright 


do. 


W™ Jamieson 


Reedmaker 


do. 


Walter Young 


Sailor 


do. 


John Fettes 


Maltman 


do. 


George Hay 


Recidenter 


do. 


W°» Mackie 


do. 


do. 


William Williamson 


Shoemaker 


do. 


Alex. Young 


Sailor 


do. 


David Smith 


do. 


do. 


William Low 


Smith 


do. 


Andrew Beattie 


Ropemaker 


do. 


Rob* Wright 


Shoemaker 


do. 


Will. Lindsay 


do. 


do. 


Will. Gordon 


Writer App^* 


do. 


Hugh Fraser 


Smith 


do. 


Will. Mowat 


Recidenter 


do. 


Dav. Pyot 


Wright 


do. 


Robert Irons 


Residenter 


do. 


W" Baird 


Gardiner 


do. 


George Dakers 


Residenter 


do. 


George Guthrie 


do. 


do. 


Da. Martine 


Weaver 


do. 


Cha. Camegy 


Sailor 


do. 


John Gordon 


Surgeon App^ 


do. 


Geo. Carnegie 


Mer* do. 


do. 


John Ouchterlony 


Writer do. 


do. 


John Scott 


Merchant 


do. 


Alex. Grey 


Mer* App<^ 


do. 


John Low 


Wigmaker 


do. 


James Henderson 


Shipmaster 


do. 


Pat. Beattie 


do. 


do. 


John Orkney 


do. 


do. 


John Orkney 


do. 


do. 


Will, Lesslie 


Mariner 


do. 



820 



DISTRICT CONCERNED IN THE 
TO PROVE THE FACTS. 

Evidences. 



\ 






John Fettes^ Maltman in Montrose^ & John Mackie, Residenter there^ 
being both Rebells. 



/ 

) John Ritchie & Tho. Lesslie^ Merch^ in Montrose^ 8c John Fettes 
) above design' d. 

Geo. Burnet^ Shoemaker in Montrose & Ja. Fraser & Alex. Tweed- 
ale^ Fishers & pilots there. 

Rob^ Arbuthnot & W™ Miln^ Shipmasters in Montrose. 
James Fraser^ & Alex. Tweedale above designed. 



1 



Sfta 



LISTS FROM 



Names. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Alex. Alexander 


Johnshaven 


Benhom 


W** Anderson 


do. 


do. 


Da. Bumess 


do. 


do. 


Rob* Crookshank 


do. 


do. 


John Forbes 


Bervie 


Bervie 


John Freeman 


MUton 


St. Cyrus 


James Gray 


do. 


do. 


John Lessley 


Miln of Morphy 


do. 


John Mitchell 


Johnshaven 


Benholm 


Rob* Mitchell 


do. 


do. 


Will. Robison 


do. 


do. 


W^ Wiseheart 


do. 


do. 


John Durie 


Stonehaven 


Dunnoter 


W^ Smith, mariner 


do. 


do. 


John Ritchie, pilot 


do. 


do. 


Geo. Reid, mason 


do. 


do. 


W°» Gibbon 


do. 


do. 


Pat Cushnie, Mei* 


do. 


do. 


Da. Keith, Ten* 


Fetteresso 


Fetteresso 


Geo. Bisset, Pilot 


Stonehaven 


Dunnoter 


John Martine, weaver 


do. 


do. 


Rob. Johnston, sh. ofi^ 


do. 


do. 


W™ Gilmer, Shoemaker 


do. 


do. 


S' Alex. Bannerman of Elsick 


Elsick 


Fetteresso 


worth £350 p. an. 






Alex. Garioch of Margie, 


Margie 


do. 


worth 50 p.ann. 






Ja. Barclay 


Findleston 


do. 



MONTROSE DISTRICT— Con<tna«f. 



328 



County. 



Evidences. 



Meams 

do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 
Kincarden 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
do. 



John Murray, Fisher in Johnshaven & Ja. Gibson. 

Carpenter there. 
John Hodge & Geo. Watson, Brewers in Johnshaven. 

> John Barclay & Ja. Blaber in Johnshaven. 
Ba. Tho. Christie in Bervie. 

> John Petrie & W™ Law in Milnton. 

W°^ Dorret 8c Eliz. Anderson, his servants. 
Alex. Alexander in Johnshaven & Ja. Miln, Mer^ there 
etc. 

Do. 8c many others there. 

John Young, Sh. Dep. his wife & his daughter. 
Rob* Grieve & Tho. Gove, Fishers at Melton. 



John Duncan, Not. Publick in Stonehaven, W™ Wyse, 
Mer* there, Andrew Brown, Fisher there, Ja. 
Caldinghead & Geo. Taylor also Fishers there, 
James Duncan Jun' Shoemaker there, James Fal- 
coner, Fisher there, George Schoola, Farmer in Guly 
Brands in the parish of Fetteresso, Paul Lyon, 
Farmer in Bum of Phepie in that parish 8c Ja. Gray, 
Farmer in the Kirktown of Fetteresso. 



A LIST OF PERSONS FROM CAITHNESS 

EVIDENCES TO PROVE 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Geo. Sinclair 


of Geese 


Holbumhead 




Hector Campbell 


Farmer 


Houstry 


Halkirk 


Ken. M'Keamish 


Tennant 


Cathell 


do. 


Benj. Sinclair 


Tennent 


Brackachy 


Lathron 


Don. Stuart 


Farmer 


Quoycrook 


Hallkirk 



m 



CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION, WITH 
THE CRIMINAL FACTS. 



County. 



Caithness 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Evidences. 



Robert Winchester, Mer* in Wick & W°» Mullican, 

Brewer there. 
John Bain, Costomer in Thurso & Andrew Taylor 

Writer there. 
Geo. Mowat, Land Waiter in Thurso, John Donaldson, 

Merchant there 8c M' Stuart, Coll' of Excise. 
Theod. Dunnet & John Miln, Merch^ m Thurso & Ja. 

Hosack, Brewer there. 
Theod. Dunnet & John Donaldson, Mer** in Thurso, & 

M' Stuart, Coll' of Excise. 



A LIST OF PERSONS FROM ARGYLE 

IN THE REBELLION, 



Rebells' Names. 



Hector M'Alister, Mer* in Glencoy in Arran 

Ja. Mcdonald, Sea Coast Trader^ Beallaeheyran in Kint3rre 

William M'Alister in Marignecraig in Kint3rre 

Adam Fullerton, Brewer in Brodick^ in Arran 

James Bain FuUarton^ Mer^ in Glencloy in Arran 

W** Miller^ Brewer in Brodwick in Arran 

Cha. Blaikie, Sailor at Campbelltown miln 

John Gunnison^ Excise Officer at Campbelltown miln 



A LIST OF PERSONS FROM 

IN THE REBELLION, 



Rebells' Names. 



William Cochran of Ferguslie Esq. in the Parish of Paisley & County 

of Renfrew^ worth £100 p. ann. 
James Stirling, at the house of Erskine & the parish of that name & 

Renfrew County 
Will. Weir, Coalier at Cathcart 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN DUNSE DISTRICT 
CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION, AND 
EVIDENCES TO PROVE THE SAME. 



David Home, son to the Laird of Whitfield in the parish of Dunse 

William Home, Indweller in Dunse 

Arch^ Lawder, son to Bailmouth in Dunse Parish 

The above persons are prisoners at Carlisle where are two of 
Hamilton's Dragoons as Evidences ag^ them 



826 



SOUTH COLLECTION, CONCERN'D 
WITH EVIDENCES. 

Evidences. ■ 



Archibald Paterson a Rebell in Congary in Islay 8c Don. More 
M'Alister in Sum in Islay also a Rebell. 

Pat. Gray^ Taylor in Brodick in Arran 8c W°^ Maitland Surgeon 
there, both Rebells. 

}Hugh White, Mer* in Glasgow, Arch^ Obrolochon Taylor in Camp- 
belltown 8c Cap^ Neil M'Neill of Machrihanish in Kintyre. 



NEWPORT DISTRICT CONCERN'D 
WITH EVIDENCES. 

Evidences* Names. 



William Pollock, Writer, Hugh Montgomery, Ferrier, 8c Ja. King, 

Smith, all in Renfrew. 
Magistrates of Renfrew. 

Tho. Bowes 8c Gavin Lawson 8c many others in Cathcart 



327 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN ROSS DISTRICT 

EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 


« 

Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


John Chisholm 


Groom to Erchiles 


ErchUes 


Kilmorak 


John Erskine 


Ex. Officer 


Dingwall 


Dingwall 


John Forbes 


Merchant 


Tain 


Tain 


Simon Fraser 


Master of Lovat 


Castledowny 


Kilmorak 


Will. Fraser 
Will Fraser 
Alex. Fraser 
Alex. Fraser 
Simon Fraser 
Cha. Graham 
Alex. John Kenneth 

8c Colin Grants 
Jo. & Finl. Glassess 


Jun' of Culbocky 
Son to Culmiln 
Tennent 

do. 
Tacksman 

> Sons to Pat Grant 

Brogmakers^ Miln of 
Redcastle 


Culmiln 

Achnaclouch 
Tain 


KiltarUty 
Kirkhill 

do. 

do. 
Kiltarlaty 
Tain 

Contine 

Kelerman 


Alex. Gordon 




Cromarty 


Cromarty 


Andrew Hood 




Tain 


Tain 


George Hood 
Theod. Mckenzie 




do. 
East Culbock 


do. 
Urquhart 


Colin M'kenzie 
Ken. Mckenzie 
Rod. M'Culloch 


Merchant 
Tennent 
of Glastlick 


Edinburgh 

Hillend 

Glastlick 


Edin. 

Avoch 

Feam 



CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION, WITH 
PROVE THE SAME. 



County. 


Yearly Rent. 


Evidences' Names. 




Merles Scotts. 




Inverness 




M'^ Tho. Chisholm, Min' at Kilmorak & 

M^ Pat Nicolson, Min' in Kiltarlatv. 
Alex. Mckenzie & W"> Fraser, Merchants 


Ross 








in Dingwall. 


do. 




David Ross, Town Clerk & Alex. Ross, 
Sheriff Clerk in Tain. 


do. 


35,000 


W^ Fraser Tennent Simon Fraser alias 
Miller there, Peter Gow alias Smith 
Gardiner &c. all in Bewly 


do. 


900 


Do. 


Inverness 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


Ross 




Do. 


do. 




Bailies John Manson Sc Hugh Ross in Tain. 


do. 


{ 


Donald Rioch in Contine & Geo. Mckenzie, 


Dyer there. 


Ross 




James Calder, Tenn^ in Milnton & Rodk. 
M'kenzie, Ten^ in Hiltown both of Red- 
castle. 


Cromarty 




Tho. Gair & M' Geo. Balfour &c. in Nigg 
in the County of Ross. 


Ross 




David Ross, Town Ok. & Alex. Ross, 
Sheriff Clerk in Tain. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Ja. Grant Ex. Off^ Jerom Williamson, 
Wigmaker & W°» Fraser, Mer» all in 
Culbocky. 


Mid Lothian 




Do. 


Ross 




Do. 


do. 


3000 


Baillies Hugh Ross & John Manson both 






in Tain 8c others there. 



sso 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


William Man 


Servant 


Pettford 


Avoch 


John More 
William Man 




Templand 
do. 


do. 
do. 


John M^enzie 


of Tarriden 


Tarriden 


Contine 


Alex. M^kay 


of Achmony 


Achmony 


Kilmore 


Alex. M'Leod 


Son to Muravenside 


Muravenside 


Muravenside 


Ken. Mckenzie 


B' to Fairbum 




Urra 


Alex. M'kenzie 


of Lentron 


Lentron 


do. 


Colin Mckenzie 


B' to Lentron 


do. 


do. 


Ken. M'kenzie 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Will. M*kenzie 




Kinnellan 


Contine 


Alex. M'kenzie 




Milnton of 


Urra 


John M^urrachy 
Don. Mckenzie 


Tennent 


Ord 
Inchavanny 


do. 
Fottertay 


Geo. Mckenzie 
James M'lachy 
Ken. Mclennan 


1 


Milton of 
New Tarbet 


Kilmoor 


Will M'kenzie 
Rod. M'farquhar 


B^ to AUangraiige 


Allangrange 
Spittal 


Kilmuir 
Kileman 


JohnM'farquhar^Jun^ 
Colin M'kenzie 
Don. M 'farquhar^un' 
Farq. M'farquhar 
John M'kenzie^ Jun' 


Tennent 
Tennent 


do. 
Chapeltown 
West Culmore 
Newton 
Bumton of 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


Mckenzie 


of Ardloch 


Redcastle 


do. 


James Niccoll 




Avoch 


Avoch 



ROSS DISTRICT— CoTrfiMM^rf. 



331 



County. 


Yearly Rent. 


Evidences* Names. 




Merks Scotts. 




Ross 




Ken. & Charles Thomsons^ Tennents in 
Auchterfloo in the parish of Avoch. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 


2000 


Sir Alex. M'kenzie of Coul, W"' M'kenzie 
& Ken. Grant, Ten** in Echilty Sec, in 
the Parish of Contine. 


Inverness 


1800 


Grant, Factor to the Laird of Grant 

in Urquhart & the Minister there. 


Linlithgow 




Provosts Hossack & Fraser of Inverness & 
others in Cromarty. 


Ross 




William Fraser, Tennent in Kinnellan & 
Don. Reoch in the Parish of Contine. 


do. 


500 


William M'kenzie 8c Ken. Grant, Tennents 
in Echilty. 


do. 




Do. & Don. Reoch, Ten* in Contine 
& W°» Fraser, Ten* in Kinnellan. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Rod^" M'kenTne of Reidcastle & Geo. 
Mckenzie of AUangrange, F^sq'", &c 


do. 




Alex. Mckenzie of Ord & John Mckenzie, 
Ten* in Ardua Crack in Urra Parish. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




M' Colin M'kenzie Min>^ at FotterUy & 
John M'kenzie^ Tenn* in Inchavannan. 


do. 




Dav. Mckenzie Smith in Milnton of New- 
tarbet & Alex. Ross Tennent there. 


do. 




Lairds of Kilcoy & Reidcastle. 


do. 




Rod. M'kenzie, Ten* in Hilton of Redcastle^ 
Don. Nobble, Ten* there & Ja. Caldor, 
Ten* in Milton of Redcastle. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 


3000 


David Ross, Town Clk. in Tain & Alex. 
Ross, Sheriff Clerk there 8c others. 


do. 




William Reid, Miller 8c Alex. Reid, Shoe- 
maker in Milton of Avoch. 



88S 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Murdoch Paterson 




Lettoch of 
Redcastle 


Kilmure 


Don. Paterson, Sen^ 




East Kessock 


do. 


DonaldPaterson^un' 




do. 


do. 


Lauch Paterson 




Blairdow 


do. 


And. Paterson^ Jun' 




Kessock 


do. 


George Reid 




Templand 


Avoch 


Alex. Reid 


Servant 


Knockmuir 


do. 


John Reid^ Jiin' 




Pitfoord 


do. 


John Robertson 




Milnton 

• 


Kihnuir 


W°» Ross alias Rioch 




Tain 


Tain 


Malcolm Ross 


Son to Pitcalny 


ArboU 


Tarbet 


Hugh Smith 




Brackachy 


Kilmorak 


Peter Smith 




Bewley 


do« 


Calum Stewart, Sn' 




Milnton of 
Redcastle 


Kileman 


Ken. Simpson 




Dunvamy 


Urquhart 


Will. Urquhart 




Kinnellan 


Contine 



ROSS DISTRICT— Con<tm«rrf. 



333 



County. 


Yearly Rent 


Evidences' Names. 


Ross 




Murdoch M'kenzie, Ten^ in Kissock, Rod. 




• 


Mckenzie & Don. Noble, Ten*« in Hilton 
of Redcastle. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




The Ministers of Avoch & Suddy & Rob^ 
Forbes, Ten* in Pitonachty in Suddy 
parish. 


do. 




Do. 


do. 




Do. 


Cromarty 




David M'kenzie, Smith, & Alex. Ross, 
Tenn* both in Milnton of Newtarbet 


Ross 




Do. 


do. 




And. Ross, Ex. Off^, Abner Gallie, Ten* hi 
Tarbet Parish & the T-aird of CadboU. 


Inverness 




M' Tho. Chisholm, Min^" at Kilmorak Sc his 
two sons. • 


do. 




Do. 


Ross 




James Calder in Milnton & Rod. M^enzie 
in Hiltown both of Reidcastle. 


Nairn 




James & Tho. Gordons, Maltsters in Dun- 
vamay. 


Ross 




Donald Rioch, Merch* in Contine, & 
William Eraser, Tennant in Kinnellan. 

Most of the above Persons refuse to be 
Evidences although they are able to 
Inform the publick of the behaviour of 

those ag* whom they are placed. 

• 

Sign'd Lawrence Angus. 



A LIST OF PERSONS FROM ELGIN DISTRICT 

EVIDENCES TO 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


James Cumfning 


Residenter 


Inverness 


Inverness 


Ja. Dallas 


of Cantray 


Cantray 


Croy 


Alex. Fordyce 


Serv* 


Windyhill 




Hugh Fraser 


Mer* 


Inverness 


Inverness 


W» Fraser 


of Daleragg 




Baleskiiie 


Don. Fraser 


Smith 


Moy 




Cha. Fraser, J"" 


Fairfield 


Kinmyles 


Inverness 


Hugh Fraser 


Green of Muirton 






James Fraser 


of Phoyers 


Phoyers 


Boleskine 


Simon Fraser 


Farmer 


Delehapple 




Alex, Fraser 


Calduthul 


Inchnacar- 
doch 




W°» Fraser 


Mer* 


F^ Augustus 




Hugh Fraser 


Farmer 


Borlum 




John Fraser, Jun' 


Bochrubine 


Castledowny 


Kiltarlaty 


Alex. Fraser 


Farmer 


Letelune 




Simon Fraser 


Vintner 


Gen~ Nutt 


Kiltarlaty 


John Fraser 


Tacksman 


Bimehen 


Boleskine 


Hugh Fraser 


Son to do. 


do. 


do. 


Don. Farquharson, 

Jn' 
Lud. Gordon 


Achreashean 


Glencoles 




Mert 


Elgin 


Elgin 


W°» Grant 


Wright 


Windehill 




John Gray 


Servant 


Ironside 




Alex. Grant 


Writer 


Inverness 


Inverness 


John Gordon 


Glenbucket 


St. Budget 


Kirkmichel 


Lewis Gordon 


at the Miln of 


Lagan 




Tho. Hutcheson 


Mer* 


Elgin 


Elgin 


Tho. Houston 


Farmer 


Deynample 


Boleskine 


W» Jack 


Messenger 


Elgin 


Elgin 


Lud. Key 


Gentleman 


Ironside 




Cha. Lessley 


B' to Findrossie 


Findrossie 




Rod. Mitchell 


Shoemaker 


Fort Aug*~« 




John M'lenan 


Vintner 


do. 




Don. M'donald 


Lochgarry 


Culachy 




Don. M'donald, Jn' 


of Scotas 







834 



CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION, WITH 
PROVE THE FACTS. 



County. 


• 

Yearly Rent. 


Condition of 
House. 


Ex. Officers' Evidences. 


Inverness 






John Grant 


do. 




Good 


Arch* Graham 


do. 






William Porter 


do. 






ArcM Graham 


do. 




Poor 


do. 
do. 


do. 


150 


Burnt 


do. 
John Grant. 


do. 




Indiff* 


do. 
do. 
do. 

da 
do. 


Inverness 




No house 


do. 
do. 


do. 




Burnt 


do. 


do. 




Indifferent 


do. 


do. 






do. 
do. 


Murray 


28 


Good 


Roderick Merchant 


Inverness 






Arch* Graham 


Banff 


83 


Burnt 




Murray 


8 


Good 




Inverness 




Indifft 


John Grant 


Murray 


SO 




Alex. Dallas 

John Grant 
do. 
do. 


Inverness 




Burnt 


do. 


do. 






do. 



S86 



LIST FROM 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Angus Mcdonald 


of Greenfield 


Garioloch 




Don. M'donald 


of Shian 


Shian 




John M'donald 


of Amabee 


Amabee 




Don. Mcdonald 


B' to do. 


do. 




Alex. M'donald 


of Octera 


Octera 




All. M'donald 


Son of Leek 


Leek 




Don. M'donald 


of Lundie 


Lundie 




Don. M'donald^ Jun' 


of Lundie 


do. 




Alex. M'donald 


Servant 


Fort Aug" 




Alex. M'donald 


Vintner 


Laggan 


Laggau 


Don. Mcdonald 


Chelsea man 


Inverness 


Inverness 


Lauch. M'Intosh 


Merch^ 


do. 


do. 


Evan. Mcpherson 


of Cluny 


Cluny 


Laggan 


Mcpherson 


Farmer 


Dalwhiny 




Lewis M'pherson 


do. 


Delrady 




Mai. M'pherson 


Son of Phoness 


Phoness 


Kingussie 


Mcpherson 


of Strathmassie 


Strathmassie 


Laggan 


John Mcpherson 


Farmer 


Garvamore 




Don. Mcpherson 


do. 


Brachachy 




And. Mcpherson Jun* 


of Bonasher 


Bonasher 




John M'pherson 


of Etridge 


Etridge 


Kingussie 


John M'pherson 


Farmer 


Pitachuran 




Hugh M'pherson 


do. 


Coraldy 




Evan Mcpherson 


do. 


LeganofNood 


Kingussie 


Lauch M'pherson 


do. 


Pitmain 




Lauch M'pherson J' 


Strathnessie 


Strathnessie 




Ken. Mcpherson 


Mer* 


Ruthven 




Angus M'bean 


Farmer 


Faillie 




Gilles M'bean 


do. 


Bimaghton 




Dun. M^ntosh 


do. 


Drummond 




Gilleas M'bean 


Servant 


Aldourie 




John M'lean 


Writer 


Inverness 


Inverness 


Alex. M'Gilivray 


of Dunmaglass 


Dunmaglass 




Alex. M'Gilivray 


Taxman 


Pettie 




Robt. M'Oilivray 


Farmer 


do. 




Angus Mcintosh 


of Pharr 


Pharr 




John Perrie 


Servant 


Elgin 


Elgin 


Hugh Ross 


do. 


do. 


do. 


Hugh Stewart 


Gairdner 


Ft. Augustus 




James Shaw 


Servant 


Moy 




William Taylor 


Carter 


Elgin 


Elgin 


Tho. Watson 


Servant 


do. 


do. 


George Young 


Taylor 


do. 


do. 



ELGIN DISTRICT— ConHmud. 



887 



County. 


Yearly Rent. 


Condition of 
House. 


Excise Officers' Evidences. 


Inverness 






John Grant 


do. 




Burnt 


do. 


do. 




Burnt 


do. 


do. 






do. 


do. 




Burnt 


da 


do. 






do. 


do. 




Burnt 


do. 


do. 






do. 
do. 
do. 


Inverness 






Arch<^ Graham 


do. 


SO 


Good 


John Findlay 
James Brown 

do. 

do. 


Inverness 






do. 


do. 






do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


Inverness 




IndifP 


do. 
do. 
do. 


Inverness 




Indiff^ 


do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Daniel M'Lennan 

do. 

do. 

do. 


Inverness 






John Grant 


do. 






do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 


Murray 






Alexander Dallas 


do. 


• 




do. 
John Grant 
Arch^ Graham 


Murray 






Alex. Dallas 


do. 






do. 


do. 






do. 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN EDINBURGH 
REBELLION, WITH EVIDENCES 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


James Allan 


Merchant 


Edin' 


Will. Brodie 


Gunsmith 


Cannongate 


John Break 


Merchant 


Edin^ 


James Brand 


Watch maker's son 


Edin' 


John Bayne 


late Serv* toBroughton 




John Bowie 


Journey Taylor 


Cannongate 


Edw. Callander 


Goldsmith 


Edin^ 


Alex. Coutts 


Goldsmith's serv* 


do. 


Henry Clark 


Residenter 


Cannongate 


Cha. Colquhoun 


Wright 


Pleasants 


Andrew Coupar 


Son to Da. Coupar y^ 


Cannongate 


Rob* Drumond 


Mess^ at Arms 


Edin' 


Alex. Davidson 


Shoemaker 


do. 


John Esplin 


Merchant 


do. 


Alex. Fife 


Taylor's Son 


Potter row 


John Ferguson 


Taylor 


Edin'^ 


Richd Giles 


Residenter 


Cannongate 


Rob* Gordon 


Alehouse keeper 


do. 


John Goodwillie 


Writer 


Edin' 


Geo. Hamilton 


of Reidhouse 


do. 


James Hepburn Racart 


of Keith 




Geo. Home 


late Writer's son 


Edin' 


Andrew Johnston 


Serv* to D. Hamilton 




James Johnston 


Merch*'" Son 


Edin^ 


Arch^ Kennedy 


Goldsmith Apprentice 


do. 


Patrick Keir 


Wright 


Edin' 


James Lawder 


Merch* Apprentice 


do. 


Rob* Mitchel 


Goldsmith s Serv* 


do. 


Anth. Murray 


Goldsmith App. 


do. 


Ken. M'Kenny 


Journey Goldsmith 


do. 



3S8 






AND PRECINCTS CONCERN'D IN THE 
TO PROVE THE SAME. 

Evidences. 



George Porteous, Ex. Officer. 

Nin. Trotter, Geo. Robertson & Fra. Pringle, Ex. Officers. 

James Murray, Taylor, in Cannongate. 

Geo. Porteous, Ex. Off*" & Ja. Miller, Writer in Selkirk. 

W™ Bennett Ex. OfF^ & W°» Younger in Linton in Tweedale. 

Rob* Ramsay, Taylor in St. Mary's Wind, Ed'^. 

Geo. Porteous 6c John Smith, Ex. Officers. 

Rob* Gordon & Rob* Low^ Goldsmiths in Ed^ 

Nin. Trotter, Geo. Robertson & Fra. Pringle, Ex. Officers. 

Da. Morison, Brewer, & John Davidson, Wright in the Abbay. 

Ja. Easson, Ex. Off* & Cromwell Easson, Shoemaker, Ed^ 

Geo. Robertson^ Ex. Officer. 

John Smith, Geo. Porteous & John Anderson, Ex. Officers. 

Da. Morrison, Brewer & Jn® Davidson, Wright, both in Abbay. 

Rob* Ramsay, Taylor, St. Mary's Wynd, Edin^ 

Do. 

Jo. Wood, Vintner, & Alex. Spark, ale seller, Cannongate. 

John Izat, Chandler & Colin Mitchel, Goldsmith, Cannongate. 

Ja. Thomson & Geo. Robertson, Ex. Officers. 

Nin. Trotter, Geo. Robertson & Fra. Pringle, Ex. OflT". 

Ro. Brown, Geo. Robertson & Geo. Porteous, Ex. Officers. 

Geo. Robertson, Ex. Officer. 

Da. Morrison, Brewer & Jn^ Davidson, Wright in the Abbay. 

Alex. Strang, Geo. Robertson & Fra. Pringle, Ex. Officers. 

Ja. Ker, Goldsmith, & Ro. Brown, Excise Off^ both in Ed^ 

Rob* Harvie & Ja. Jack, Brewers in Ed^ 

Geo. Porteous, Ex. OfF^ & Rob* Ramsay, Taylor, Ed^- 

Rob* Gordon & Rob* Low, Goldsmiths in Ed^ 

Dougal Ged & Rob* Low, Goldsmiths in Ed"". 

Dougal Ged & Edward Lothian, Goldsmiths in Ed^ 



840 


TJST IN 




Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Marmaduke M'beath 


Powder Flask maker 


Cannongate 


Alex. M^enzie 


Shoemaker 


do. 


Rob^ Maxwell 


Writer 


Edin' 


John Mitchel 


Alehouse keeper 


Cannongate 


John M'Grigor 


Gardiner 


do. 


Tho. Mitchel 


Goldsmith 


Edin' 


W™ Muschet 


Wright App. 


Edin' 


W» M'Leish 


Serv* to Roy Stewart 


Ed' 


Rob^ Niccol 


Mason 


Cannongate 


Walter Orrok 


Shoemaker 


Ed' 


John Petrie 


Aleseller 


Ed' 


Tho. Robertson 


Goldsmith's Serv* 


Ed' 


Alex. Reid 


do. 


do. 


Ja. Rutherford 


do. 


do. 


Alex. Stevenson 


Journey Wright 


do. 


Cha. Stewart 


Wright 


Cannongate 


Arch** Stratton 


Watchmaker 


Edin' 


Dougal Souter 


Mess' at Arms 




Adam Tait 


Goldsmith 


Ed' 


John Wilson 


Barber 


Cannongate 


James Winram 


SontothelateEymouth 


do. 


James Walker 


Candlemaker's Serv* 


do. 


Will Wilson 


Turner 


Edin' 


John Aikman 


Porter 


Leith 


Cha. Allan 


Cooper 


do. 


David Beat 


Mer* 


do. 


Ro^ Bisset 


Brickmaker 


do. 


Alex. Brymer 


Baxter 


do. 


Rob* Brymer 


do. 


do. 


John Brown 


Vintner 


do. 


John Bruce 


do. 


do. 


Andrew Cooper 


Cooper 


do. 


Walt. Drummond 


Porter 


do. 


Da. Hodge 


do. 


do. 


Hector M'lean 


do. 


do. 


David Murray 




do. 


Adolphus Muir 


Servant 


do. 


Cha" Paterson 


do. 


do. 


James Peth 


Porter 


do. 


John Punton 


do. 


do. 


Adolphus Riddel 


Glasier 


Leith 


Reid James 


Innkeeper 


do. 



EDINBURGH, KTC.— Continued. 841 



Evidences. 



Nin. Trotter^ Geo. Robertson & Ja. Easson, Ex. Officers. 

John & Will. Parks^ Journey Shoemakers^ £d^ 

Geo. Robertson & Fra. Pringle^ Ex. Officers. 

W™ Lithgow^ Maltster^ Jno. Brown &c. his serv*, Caldton. 

Ja. & W^ Fleemings &c. Brewers in Caldton. 

Rob* Ramsay, Taylor, St. Mary's Wynd, Ed'. 

Rob* Ramsay, Taylor, St. Mary's Wynd, Ed'. 

James Easson, Ex. Officer. 

James Purdie, Skinner, & Geo. Robertson, Ex. Off' Ed'. 

John & Ja. Aitkin's, Wrights, Tho. Beatson, Baxter & David Beatson^ 

Hosier in Gmnongate. 
Rob* Beatson, Baxter, Jo. Smith & Ro. Brown, Ex. Officers. 
W°» Ayton & Pet. Spalding, Goldsmiths. 
W« Ayton & Rob* Low, Goldsmiths. Ed'. 

Do. 
Ro. Brown, Ex. Off' & Alex. Jackson, Shoemaker, Ed'. 
Jno. & Ja. Aitkins, Wrights in Gmnongate & Tho. Wallace, Smith there. 
Mark Sprott, Skinner & Geo. Areskine, Chandler, Ed' & Ex. Officers. 
Geo. Robertson, & Era. Paterson, Ex. Officers. 
Cha. Blair & Rob* Low, Goldsmiths in Ed'. 

Geo. Porteous Ex. Off' and Fra. Montgomery, Barber, Cannongate. 
Geo. Robertson, Nin. Trotter & Fra. Pringle, Ex. Officers. 
John Izate, Candlemaker in Cannongate & Fra. Paterson, Ex. Officer. 
Da. Morrison, Brewer, & Jno. Davidson, Wright, both in the Abbay. 
John Balfour in Leith, Stage Coach master. 
Hen. Morison, W™ Gibson, Geo. Calder & Ja. Boyle, Ex. Officers. 

Do. 
Do. 
All his neighbourhood. 

Do. 
Thomas Miln, Mason, Powderhall. 
The neighbourhood & Henry Morison, Ex. Officer. 
W™ Gibson, Hen. Morrison, Geo. Calder & Ja. M'duff, Ex. Officers. 
Rob* Osbum & Ja. Boyle, Ex. Off". 
The above John Balfour. 
The neighbourhood. 
Fullarton & Cairns, Distillers in Leith. 
The above John Balfour. 

Do. 
His neighbour Porters. 

Do. 
M' Balfour of the old Stage Coach Office. 

Do. 



S4S 



LIST IN 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Robert Scott 
George Scott 
Will. Spark 
Alex. Steven 
John Fyre 
Roy Bain M'intosh 

Patrick Butchard 
Tho. Dey 
John Gordon 
Tho. Halliburton 
Mark Kerr 

Willison 


Baxter 
Carter 
Porter 

do. 
Carter 

Turner 


Leith 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

Edin' 



EDINBURGH, ETC.— Con^mu^d. 343 



Evidences. 



The neighbourhood & Hen. Morrison^ Ex. OfT^. 
The above M' Balfour. 

Do. 
Henry Morrison, Ex. Off'. 
The above M"^ Balfour. 
John Chapman Jun' Ex. Off' & Ensign Jno. M'Kay of the Suthrland 

Milittia. 
John Chapman & Geo. Porteous, Ex. Off*". 
W^ Simpson, Da. Murray & J. Bumlee all in Hamilton. 
John Sloss^ Ex. Off* & Deacon Lawson, Weaver, Ed^ 
W™ Begg & Jno Chapman, Ex. Off™. 

Jno Chapman, Ex. Off* & Rob* Kerr, Porter in the Ex. Office. 
W™ Begg & Cha. Campbell, Ex. Officers. 



LIST OF RESELLS FROM KIRKALDY 



Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


Da. Boswell 
Alex. Balfour 


Mer* 
Farmer 


Dubieside 
Colingsburgh 


Markinch 
Kilconquar 


Alex. Gall 
Rob^ Hamilton 


SaltOfPf 

Jun*^ Kilbrachm* 


Kirkaldy 


Kirkaldy 
Kilconquair 


Ja. Malcolm^ Jun' 


Balbeddie 




Balingary 


Christ. Seton 




Methill 


Weems 


Alex. Seton 


Son to above Ch^ 


do. 


do. 



344 



DISTRICT, WITH EVIDENCES. 



County. 



Fife 
do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Witnesses. 



Ja, & W«» Wall Walker & Da. Goodsir all in Leven. 
Tho. Bogle^ Surgeon & Bessie Thom^ Spinster in Colins- 

burgh. 
His Receipts to Brewers in Fife for Excise. 
Alex. Gourly, Smith in Colinsburgh^ Tho. Henderson^ 

Servant in Bowes in Ely Parish. 
John M'Gill^ Mer^ Kirkaldy^ Mess" Alex. Steedman 

late Provost & others in Kirkaldy. 
Elizabeth Dowie^ Spouse to Da. Runsay, Sailor in Leven 

& Isobell Bums his niece. 
His Receipts to Traders in Fife. 



846 



A LIST OF PERSONS IN GLASGOW & THE 

REBELLION, WITH EVIDENCES 



Rebeirs Names as in former List. 



Peter Bell 
Robert Duff 
James Finnie 

William Gray 
John Graham of 



John Graham 
Rob^ Hamilton 



Tho. Robertson 

Ja. Stirling of 

Ja. Stirling 
Hugh Stirling 
William Stirling 
Walter Stuart 



Peter Stuart 



Andrew Sprewl 

Ja. Stirling 

Robt White 

Al. Graham in Glasgow 

Andrew Wood 
Grigor Grant 



S46 



Designations. 



Kilmordinny 



painter 



Craigbamet 

Son to Northside 
Son to Keir 
Son to do. 



of Keir 



Chapman 

Shoemaker 
Glass grinder 



COUNTRY ADJACENT CONCERNT) IN THE 
TO PROVE THE SAME. 

Evidences' Names. 



Matt. Wilson, Maltman, & W"* Brownlee, Innkeeper^ both in Glasgow. 

Will. Tennent & Rob* Kerr, painters in Glasgow. 

Malcolm Cowbrugh, Tennent, & Malcolm Cowbrugh, his son, both in 

the parish of Campsie, & Ja. Reid, Gardiner in Herriot*s Work, £d^ 
Ja. Aird, Weaver & Ja. Picken, Innkeeper, both in Gorbals, at Glasgow. 
Alex. Forrester, Vintner, Ja. Forrester, Maltman, both in Kilsyth, W™ 

Adam, Farmer in Craigston in Kilsyth, Alex. Dick, Maltman & John 

Rob, Town Officer, both in Glasgow. 
W™ Tennent, Rob* Kerr & Jn® Borland, painters in Glasgow. 
Da. Findlay of Bogside, Rob* Miller, portioner & Rob* Finnic, Wright 

all in Balmor & Baldemock parish, Alex. Dick, Maltman in Glasgow 

& James Buchanan, Stabler there. 
Tho. Breakenrig, Barber, Will. Currie, Innkeeper & Tho. Robins, 

Founder, all in Gorbals at Glasgow. 
Arch^ Graham, Jn^ Muir, Will. Muir & Jn^ Calder, portioners in Burd- 

stone in the parish of Campsie & many others in that parish. 

Robert Tennent, Vintner in Glasgow, David Dun his Drawer, Will. 
Cunningham, his Gardiner & Will Anderson, Hostler to said Tennent. 

Malcolm Cowbrugh's Sen^ & Jun^ in Campsie Parish & Ja. Reid, 
Gardiner in Herriot's Work. 

Ja. Cousland, Serv* to Tho. Borland in Udston in Blantyre Parish, Jn® 
Borthwick, Serv* to Major Robertson in Emock near Hamilton & Ja. 
Scott, Serv* to Jn® Henderson in Emock hill in 8^ parish. 

John Rob & John Johnston, Town Off" in Glasgow, Alex. Dick, Malt- 
man there & Ja. Buchanan, Stabler there. 

Rob* Rea of Littlegovan near Glasgow, John Hamilton, Innkeeper in 
Glasgow, Alex. Dick, Maltman there 8c Ja. Buchanan, Stabler there. 

Jn<> Borland, W™ Tennent & Rob* Kerr, all painters in Glasgow. 

Ja. Graham, Taylor, Al. Dick, Maltman, & Ro. M'Nair, Mer* all in 
Glasgow. 

Ja. M'Kettrick, Ex. Off^ & his son, both in Glasgow. 

Jn^ Jamison, Wright & Ja. Alison, Maltman, both in Glasgow. 

_ 



LIST OF PERSONS FROM DUNFERMLINE 

WITH EVIDENCES TO 



Rebell'f Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


John Allan 


Wright 


Alloa 


Charles Blaw 


Son to Castlehill 


Castlehill 


Haiy Bruce 


of Clackmanan 


• 


James Bruce 
Ja. Callender 


Gentlemen 
Baker 


Clackmanan 
Innerkeithing 


Dan. Cameron 


Coachman 


Kincarden 


Will. Comry 
Fra. Craich 


Stewart to E. Moray 
Merch* 


Clackmanan 


Da. Henderson 


Glasier 


do. 


John Henderson 


Merch* 


do. 


James Main 


Brewer 


Alloa 


Fra. Masterton 
Rob* Mercer 


of Parkniiln 
of Aldie 


Aldie 


John Marshal 
John Marshal 


Labourer 
Writer 


Alloa 
Kinross 


Alex. Montieth 
Anth. Murray 
John Murray 

W°» Verty 


Residenter 

of East Grange 

Clerk to Coll' of 

Customs 
Carpenter 

* 


do. 
Alloa 
AUoa 



848 



DISTRICT CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION, 
PROVE THE SAME. 

Evidences* Names. 



Anthony Newby Ex. Off* at Stirling & William and James Davidson 

Elders in Alloa. 
John Rolland & Robert Geddes^ Baillies in Culross & John Halkerston 

Town Clerk there. 
Will. & Alex. Anderson^ James Dempster, John Ferguson^ Robert 

Lindsay, William M'viccar^ W™ Steen & Rob^ Wilson, all Residenters 

in Clackmanan. 
The persons immediatly preceeding. 
William Roxburgh^ John Kirkaldie & Adam Tumbull^ all Baillies in 

Kirkaldie. 
William Wilson^ Town Clerk of Dunfermline^ John Pearson^ Wright in 

Tony 8c And. Glen, Ex. Oflf in Torrybum. 
The persons witnesses ag^ James Callander. 
Alexander Anderson, James Dempster, Jn^ Donaldson, John Feiguson 

& many others Inhabitants in Clackmanan. 
John Donaldson, Rob^ Henderson, Betty Nasmith, Andrew Tasy, 

Residenters in Clackmanan & Marg^ Paterson, residenter in Kinnet. 
James Dempster, Jn^ Donaldson, Da. M'viccar, W™ M'viccar, Da. 

M^laren, Betty Nasmith, W™ Steen, & Rob* Wilson, Residenters in 

Clackmanan. 
James Haig, Innkeeper in Alloa & W^ & James Davidsons, Baillies 

there. 
The persons Evidences ag* the Laird of Clackmanan. 
John Kelly of Newbigging, Adam Colvill, Tacksman of Aldie Parks & 

W™ Colvill, Brewer in Crook of Daven. 
Robert Thomson, Charles White and Ja. Paton all Brewers in Alloa. 
James Stuart, Sheriff Depute in Kinross, W"* Lendrum Ex. Off' in 

Kirkintilloch & Ja. Dunbar, Servitor, to Sir John Bruce Hope of 

Kinross. 
Those immediately preceeding. 
Those opposite to Charles Blaw as above. 
James Haig, Innkeeper in Alloa, Tho. Paterson, Ex. Off* in Clackmanan 

& Fra. Brodie, Clerk in Alloa Custom house. 
Those opposite to James Main. 

^ 



FOLLOWS A LIST OF THOSE FORMERLY 
MENTIONT) WHO HAVE ESTATES. 



Names. 


Designations. 


Rental. 


Condition of 
Mansion House. 


M' Bruce of 
M' Masterton of 
M' Mercer of 
M' Murray of 


Clackmanan 

Parkmiln 

Aldie 

East Grange 


100 

250 

400 

72 


Habitable 
do. 
do. 
do. 



360 



LIST OF PERSONS FROM DUNDEE DISTRICT 
CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION WITH 
EVIDENCES TO PROVE THE CHARGE 
AG' THEM. 



Rebeirs Names. 


Designations. 


Evidences' Names. 


Thomas Birrell 


Merchant 


Joseph Peck Excise Officer 
at Dundee. 


David Graham 


do. 


Geo. Paton, Ex. Officer at 
Montrose & the s** 
Joseph Peck. 


Alex. Graham 


Son to s^ David 


do. 


Charles Horn 


Shoemaker 


The above Joseph Peck. 


James Remegie 


of Balmachie 


do. 


Peter Ouchterlony 


Coffeehouse keeper 


do. 


Charles Rattray 


late of Dunoon 


do. 


William Low 


Chapman 


Tho. Wilson, Ex. Off at 
Benvie. 



861 



LIST OF PERSONS FROM ST. ANDREWS 

WITH EVIDENCES TO 



Rebell's Names. 


Designations. 


Abode. 


Parish. 


WiU. Aytone 
George Cleland 


Residenter 


CraiU 
Pittenweem 


CndU 
Pittenweem 


Robert Cleland 
Henry Crawford 
Elizabeth Crawford 

George Findlay 


Heelmaker 


CraiU 

do. 
Anstruther 

Wester 
Anstruther 


CnuU 
do. 
Anstruther 

do. 


Robert Haxton 


Surgeon 


St. Andrews 


St. Andrews 


Robert Leith 




Pittenweem 


Pittenweem 


Andrew Lothian 




Cellardyke 


Pittenweem 


Maiden 


Surgeon 


Craill 


CraUl 


George M'Gill 
Alex. Oram 


Coupar 


Cambuck 
Coupar 


Cambuck 
Coupar 


Tho. Oliphant 

Robt. Philip 

Reid 
Cha. Sibbald 


Wright 

Spouse to John Skeen 


West An- 
struther 
CraiU 
do. 
St. Andrews 


Anstruther 

CraUl 
do. 
St. Andrews 


Alex. Steven 


Porter 


Leith 


Leith 


Win. Thomson 




Pittenweem 


Pittenweem 


Da. Weems 


Surgeon 


Coupar 


Coupar 


John Wright 

S62 


do. 




do. 



DISTRICT CONCERN'D IN THE REBELLION 
PROVE THE SAME. 

Evidences* Names. 



John Black & Tho. Taylor^ Shoemakers in Craill. 

Janet Todie, Victualer in Pittenweem & Janet Mason^ Spouse to Will. 

Thomson, Brewer there. 
John Ross, Ex. Officer & the Town Councill. 
Alex. Oliphant & John Brown Brewers in Craill. 
Geo. Brown & Kath. Reid both Serv** to the s^ Eliz. Crawford & John 

Brown, Town Treasurer in Anstruther Wester. 
John Dawson Serv^ to James Fleeming, Shoemaker in Anstruther Easter, 

James Fleeming & John Traill & others. Shoemakers there. 
Rob* Bell, Mer* in Couper & Daw, Relict of Will. Coupar late 

Baillie there & David NicoU Stabler there. 
Janet Todie, Victualer in Pittenweem & Janet Mason, Spouse to Will. 

Thomson, Brewer there. 
James Simpson, Town Treasurer of Cellardyke, Marjory Alison his 

Spouse, Marjory Alison their Serv* & Tho. Anderson Brewer there. 
Alex. Oliphant, Alex. Mapsie, Andrew Jamieson, all in Craill, & John 

Ross, Ex. Officer there. 
David Paterson in Dearsie & Tho. Shepherd in Cambuck Miln. 
Mary Dott, Spouse to W™ Melvill, Brewer in Coupar. Helen Morris 

& Grisell Kelkpatrick, Servt" to M' Oram. 
Alex. Stephen, porter in Leith, George Robertson & Kath. Reid, then 

Servt" to M" Rolland, &c. 
John Morris & Geo. Anderson, both in Craill. 
John, Ja. & Tho. Watson &c. in Craill. 
Da. Coupar in Colinsburgh, Rob* Bell, Mer* in Coupar, John A mot. 

Surgeon & Da. Nicol Stabler there. 
Geo. Robison & Kath. Reid late Servt" to M" Rolland in Anstruther 

Wester. 
John Skinner, Compt. of the Customs at Anstruther & John Fullen, 

Ex. OflT^ there. 
Rob* Bell, Mer* in Coupar, John Amot, Surgeon there, David Nicol, 

Stabler there & M^ Halket Schoolmaster there &c. 
The above witnesses. 



APPENDIX 



I. 

ANALYSIS OF THE [LIST. 

The whole number of rebels here reported upon may be stated 
at 2590. The number returned in the first List, in obedience to 
the General Letter of instructions from the Excise Commissioners 
on the 7th May 1746, was 2520. But it appears that on receipt 
of the first returns further instructions were issued requiring the 
names of the ' evidences/ or witnesses, who could testify to the 
facts, and perhaps fuller information with regard to the value 
of the property held by the parties implicated. In collecting 
the evidence for this second or supplementary List the officers 
seem to have discovered about 70 additional names of rebels. 
There are some variations between the two Lists in the spelling 
of names and the description of persons, which are noticed 
below. It may be assumed that the List as a whole is the 
most authentic muster-roll of the Pretender s army now extant, 
having been compiled by Government officers stationed in the re- 
spective districts, within a year after the battle of Culloden, when 
the parties giving the information were not likely to incur jeopardy 
by stating the facts fully and freely. In the matter of numbers, 
however, the List is at variance with the common traditional 
estimates, which usually rest on the statements of contemporary 
newspapers, or the writings of some of the actors in the cam- 
paign. From such sources we learn that Charles brought with 
him from France a retinue consisting of four Irishmen — Sheridan, 
Macdonald, Kelly, and Sullivan; three Scotsmen — the Marquis 
of TuUibardine, Macdonald, and Buchanan; one Englishman 
— Strickland, with a squad of 100 soldiers, partly Irish and 
partly French. When, on the 20th of August 1745, the young 
Chevalier unfurled his father's standard at Glenfinnan, it is said to 
have been saluted with the cheers of 800 Camerons ready armed 
for the war. Six days after, at Aberchallader, his following 
numbered over 1 800. The Edinburgh newspapers of 2d Septem- 
ber inform us that 'the Highland Army' amounted by one 
account to 2000, by another to 3000 or 4000 men. On their 
arrival in Edinburgh on the 17th of September, Mr. Home the 
historian visited their camp, and estimated their number at ' less 
than 2000.' At the same time a requisition was laid upon 
the city for 6OOO pairs of shoes, 1000 tents, 2000 targets, and 
other commodities in proportion. Four days later the battle of 



858 APPENDIX I. 

Prestonpans was fought^ in regard to which the Caledonian Mer- 
cury records, that ' afler the most strict enquiry, it now most 
obviously appears that only 1456 of the Highland army engaged 
and foiled that commanded by Mr. Cope/ After this success the 
rebel force was considerably augmented, but almost entirely from 
the north. 

The strength of these accessions was, as usual, exaggerated. 
Thus it was said that ' the Macdonalds and MacLeods from the 
Western Isles were expected in Athole on Friday last to the 
number oi 3000.' These, it need hardly be said, did not join the 
movement ; while for the royal cause they mustered little more 
than one-tenth of the number above reported. 

Further, it was announced at the same time that 'the Lord 
Pitsligo will arrive in town this week at the head of 500 gentle- 
men and others, who have been raised in the shires of Aberdeen 
and Banff.' Two days later the same journal contains the follow- 
ing official note : — 

' From the Scots army at Duddingston, Octr. 9 •' — This after- 
noon the Prince reviewed that part of his army which is en- 
camped here. His Royal Highness appeared in Lowland Dress. 
Before the Review was over the Right Hon. the Lord Pitsligo 
came into the camp from Linlithgow, at the head of a squadron 
of Horsemen, consisting of 132 Knights, Freeholders, and landed 
Gentlemen, besides their servants, all extremely well mounted 
and accoutred : They are all Gentlemen of experience, and are 
mostly above 40 years of age. There came in at the same time 
6 companies of Foot raised in the shire of Aberdeen by the said 
Noble Lord Pitsligo. 

' N.B, — The Lord Pitsligo's squadron are all in Highland Dress, 
amounting in all to 248 men.' 

To these somewhat indefinite quantities there was added a force 
of '1400 men from the countries of Strathavin, Glenlivet, Strathdon, 
etc., as brave fellows as ever stept under arms, mostly Grants and 
Farquharsons,' and also ' 480 brave fellows from the countries of 
Strathbogie, and Enzie.' Besides some other minor accessions, the 
Courant reports on 22d October : ' The army increases, and several 
strong Bodies are on the Road to join it.' And six days after, the 
Mercury reports : 'We hear the Duke of Athol with a great Body of 
Troops has already passed the Forth, in order to rejoin the Prince's 
army, and more are still behind.' Gordon of Glenbucket was, 
about the same time, reported to be on the way with a following 
of 2000; a later account puts the number at 1400, and Aikman, 
who usually follows Home, estimates Glenbucket's force at 400. 
On 2d November, when Charles assembled his forces at Dalkeith, 
in order to march toward the English border, it is reported that 
Macpherson of Cluny and Menzies of Shian arrived with about 
1000 followers. Putting these various figures together the army 
that invaded England should have amounted to nearly seven 



ANALYSIS OF THE LIST. 



359 



thousand. It is, however, asserted by Lord George Murray, who 
had a chief command, that they were ' not above 5000 fighting 
men, if so many.' There was also, it should be noted, a consider- 
able force remaining in the north of Scotland, under Viscount 
Strathallan and Lord Lewis Gordon, to keep in check the royal 
army under Lord Loudon. When both divisions were brought 
together before the battle of Falkirk, Mr. Patullo, muster-master 
of the rebel forces, states their entire number at 9000. 

On the other hand, to the general impression resulting from 
these various statements the List now published presents some in- 
teresting points of comparison, or of contrast, as the case may be. 

The rebellion of 1745 is almost always referred to as if 
peculiarly a Highland affair. Both by contemporary or later writers 
the movement is regarded, with little or no discrimination, as 
exemplifying, on the one hand, the ignorance and barbarism of the 
Highlanders, or, on the other, their heroic valour and devoted 
loyalty to a dethroned and exiled dynasty. It is true that the 
people actively concerned in it belonged almost entirely to those 
parts of Scotland lying north of the river Forth : but the inhabit- 
ants of that region are not all ' Highlanders.' Of the surnames 
recorded in the List considerably less than the half are Highland 
clan names — and the persons denoted by them are not all from 
the clan districts. The great bulk of the rebel force, or about two- 
thirds of it, is derived from about Dundee, Kincardine, Aberdeen, 
and other north-eastern parts, which are no more Highland than 
are Fife and the Lothians. It will be observed from the table 
of surnames given below, that the Camerons, for instance, are 
reckoned at 33 clansmen. What has become of the 800 of 
that name who cheered the uplifted standard at Glenfinnan ? 
And where in these meagre rows of Celtic patronymics can the 
material be found of the famous clan battalions, of which even 
the cautious Lord George Murray boasts ? 

The clan names are thus approximately enumerated: — 



Buchanans 






5 


MacArthurs 


1 


Camerons . 






33 


MacBains . 


5 


Campbells . 
Drummonds 






9 
19 


MacColls . . . . 
MacCullochs 


7 
2 


Duffs 






2 


MacDonalds 


. 60 


Farquharsons 
Forbeses . 






25 
11 


MacDougalds 
MacEwans 


1 
5 


Frasers 






52 


MacFarlanes 


4 


Gordons 
Grahames . 
Grants 
MacAlisters 






. 71 

5 

57 

3 


MacFarquhars . 
MacGillivrays . 
MacGregors 
Mackintoshes 


5 

4 

17 

7 


Mac Alpines 
MacAndrews 






1 

1 


Maclntyres 
Mackays and Mackies 


3 

8 



^0 



APPENDIX I. 



Mackenzies 


. 32 


MacTavishes 


• « 




3 


MacLarens 


4 


MacWilliams 






5 


MacLachlans 


19 


Menzies 






8 


MacLeas . . . . 


6 


Ogilvies . 






27 


MacLeans 


13 


Robertsons 


• 




41 


MacLennans 


2 


Rosses 






29 


MacLeods . 


2 


Stewarts . 






. 104 


Mac Nabs . 


2 


Sutherlands 






5 


Macphersons 


28 


Tul lochs . 






2 


MacRaes . . . . 


1 


Urquharts . 






5 


MacRobies 


4 











These, with some other names not belonging to distinct clans, 
amount to about 780. 

This summary may suggest that the List must be very incom- 
plete : absolutely complete it is not^ but from a comparison with 
other sources of information it will be found that the omissions 
are probably few. 

In regard to about 200 of the whole number the remark 
occurs that they were ' forced out/ or ' compelled/ or ' pressed/ 
About 130 are described as ' hired ' by others in the country as 
substitutes. The forcing out appears to have been somewhat 
general, as many of the rebel leaders were charged with so 
coercing their people. 

The conditions of the various individuals at the time when 
the list was compiled are thus summarised : — 

Prisoners ..... about 300 



M A «i>>«^»*^ K k» . . . . • 

Lurking .... 


. 460 


Absconding . . . . . 


. 10 


Left the country . . . . 


. 24 


Bailed out .... 


. 13 


Wounded .... 


6 


Killed .... 


. 103 


Dead .... 


. 20 


Hanged (by the rebels for robbery) . 


1 


Beheaded .... 


1 


Not known .... 


. 620 



There are many of whose condition nothing is stated. 

In regard to the social position of the followers of Charles 
named in the List, the subjoined summary may be of interest. 

Of peers, including two countesses, there are fourteen— of 
knights, lairds or landowners, great and small, with members of 
their families, there are about 320. These, reckoned according to 
their districts, stand thus : — 



Aberdeen 

Argyle 

Banff 



15 
43 
20 



ANALYSIS OF THE LIST. 



361 



Caithness 










1 


Dumfries 










. 14 


Dundee 










. 42 


Dunfermline . 










5 


Duns 










2 


Edinburgh . 










6 


Elgin (including Inverness) 








. 52 


Glasgow 










5 


Haddington . 










. 5 


Kirkcaldy 










2 


Lanark 










2 


Linlithgow . 










6 


Montrose 










9 


Old Meldrum 










. 17 


Paisley 










1 


Perth 










. 30 


Ross . 










. 27 


St. Andrews . 










3 


Stirling 










. 15 


The designations and trades 


of the rank and file 


are 


tabulated : — 








Alehouse-keepers 


3 


Coachmen 




Apprentices 


. 28 


Coalgrieve 




Bakers (or baxters) 


. 10 


Coalhewers 




Bailies 


8 


Coffeehouse-keepers . 




Barbers 


. 17 


Collectors of Cess 




Beggar 


1 


Cook 




Bellman 


1 


Coopers 




Blacksmiths 


4 


Cottars 




Bleacher . 


1 


Dancing-master 




Boatmen . 


2 


Deserters from royal 4 


army 


Bookseller 


1 


Doctors 




Boys .... 


5 


Drummer . 




Brazier 


1 


Dysters 




Brewers and maltsters 


68 


Extraordinary tidesm< 


»n 


Bricklayers 


1 


Factors 




Brickmaker 


1 


Farmers 




Brogmakers 


4 


Feuars 




Butchers or fieshers . 


8 


Fiddlers 




Buttermaker 


1 


Gaoler 




Candlemaker 


1 


Gardeners 




Carpenters 


3 


Gentlemen 




Carriers .... 


8 


Glass -grinder 




Carters .... 


2 


Glaziers 




Change-keepers 


2 


Glovers 




Chapmen .... 


8 


Goldsmiths 




Clerks .... 


3 


Grieve! 


i 


• • 





2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
2 
10 
1 
8 
2 
1 

9 

2 

9 

117 

2 

3 

1 

16 

25 

1 

6 

2 

10 

5 



^ 



362 APPENDIX I. 




Groom .... 


1 


School-boys 


2 


Gunsmiths 


4 


Schoolmasters . 


4 


Heelmaker 


1 


Servants . . . . 


280 


Hookmakers 


2 


Shepherd . 


1 


Horsehirers 


8 


Sheriff-officers . 


6 


House carpenters 


2 


Shipmasters 


11 


Householders 


3 


Shoemakers 


51 


Huxster .... 


1 


Silkdyer 


1 


Idlers .... 


3 


Silversmiths 


4 


Indwellers 


. 43 


Skinners and tanners 


6 


Innkeepers 


. 16 


Slaters 


4 


Joiner 


1 


Smiths . . . . 


31 


Labourers . 


. 116 


Snuff-grinder 


1 


Lieutenant in navy . 


1 


Sorter of yam . 


1 


Mathematical Instrument 




Stablers 


2 


maker .... 


1 


Steward 


1 


Masons .... 


32 


Stranger . 


1 


Mealmongers 


2 


Subtenants 


. 11 


Merchants 


106 


Surgeons . 


. 28 


Vfessengers-at-Arms . 


5 


Tacksmen 


7 


Messengers 


2 


Tailors 


. 27 


Millers .... 


5 


Tenants 


. 44 


Ministers (non-juring) 


8 


Threadmakers . 


3 


Musician . 


1 


Tinker 


1 


Notary 


1 


Tobacconists 


3 


Officers (civil) 


. 35 


Town Cadie 


1 


Painters .... 


5 


Town Clerk 


1 


Pedlar 


1 


Town Officer 


1 


Pendiclemen 


5 


Tradesmen 


3 


Physicians 


2 


Tronenian 


1 


Picture Drawers 


2 


Turners 


4 


Pilots 


2 


Vagabond 


1 


Pipers .... 


5 


Valet de Chambre 


1 


Ploughmen 


36 


Victuallers 


2 


Popish priests 


4 


Vintners . . . . 


12 


Porters 


. 15 


Waiter . . . . 


1 


Postmaster 


1 


Watchmakers 


2 


Powder-flask maker . 


1 


Waulker (fuller) 


1 


Printers . 


2 


Weavers . . . . 


84 


Procurator 


1 


Wigmakers 


8 


Ropemakers 


3 


Workmen 


100 


Saddlers . 


5 


Wrights . . . . 


48 


Sailors 


31 


Writers . . . . 


23 


Salmon-fishers . 


\3 


Young men 


3 


Salt-officers 


. 20 


Not designed 


260 



The names of about half a dozen ladies are mentioned as rebels 
acting either with or without the co-operation of their husbands. 




BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 36S 



II. 

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 

Of the ^eat majority of persons named in the List nothing is 
generally known beyond what is therein recorded. Having been 
suddenly drawn or driven from their quiet homes into the vortex 
of a revolutionary movement^ most of the survivors^ after the final 
disaster, would be content to glide again into safe obscurity. 

The few notes which follow in reference to some of the names 
are necessarily of an incidental and fragmentary character. 

ABERDEEN DISTRICT. 

P. 2. William Aberdeen , vintner, — It would appear he had not 
' lurked ' very long^ as the inventory of his estate, given up in 
1749, bears that he died in April 1746. His widow, Ann Dal- 
garno, claimed £339, 4s. lid. under marriage-contract provision. 
The children called as parties to the appointment of executors 
were James, William, Rachel, Margaret, Anne, and Helen. 

P. 2. John Alexander, picture drawer. — A descendant of George 
Jamesone, the eminent painter, who was a fellow-student with 
Vandyck, and his senior by some years. Marjory, the elder 
daughter of Jamesone, was married to Mr. John Alexander, advo- 
cate, Aberdeen ; and Mary, her younger sister, was the wife of 
Professor James Gregory, of Edinburgh, the distinguished mathe- 
matician. The two sisters were served heirs-portioners to their 
father George in half of the lands of Cowhill, in the barony of 
Esslemonth, Aberdeenshire.^ The artistic faculty seems to have 
lingered in the family, as Mary Jamesone is credited with the 
execution of the fine tapestries in St. Nicholas Church, Aberdeen. 
John Alexander, descended of the marriage of Marjory Jamesone, 
early in the subsequent century studied his art upon the Continent, 
and, on his return to his native district, was favoured with the 
patronage of the Duchess of Gordon, and executed various his- 
torical pieces, besides many portraits. It seems probable that 
Cosmo Alexander, mentioned along with John, and with the same 
designation, was his brother or near relative. 

P. 4. Peter Byers, Esq, of Tonley, — Second and only surviving 



^ Sheriff Court Records of Aberdeen, 20th May 1653. 



364 APPENDIX II. 

son and heir of Robert Byres by his wife Jean, daughter of Patrick 
Sandilands, of Cottoun^ near Aberdeen. Robert Byres (under- 
stood to have sprung from the family of Byres of Coates, Edin- 
burgh), was a merchant of some note, first in the Netherlands, 
then in Aberdeen, and latterly in Dublin, where Peter (or rather 
Patrick), was bom, 13th May 1713. About the time of his birth 
his father was accidentally drowned in Dublin Bay, and the widow 
soon afler returned with her family to Aberdeenshire, where, in 
1718, she purchased the barony of Tonley. Patrick married, in 
1733, Janet, daughter of James Moir of Stoneywood. Of this 
marriage there were four sons and three daughters. After the 
defeat at Culloden, the Jacobite laird of Tonley remained for 
some time in hiding in the castle of Cluny, not far from his own 
house, until he found opportunity to escape to France. His 
friends having interceded for him, and represented that his name 
was erroneously entered on the list of proscribed persons as Peter 
instead of Patrick, he was, afler some years, allowed to return 
home and to enjoy his estate.^ 

P. 6. Peter Dogood of Auchinkove, — This laird seems to be 
identical with Patrick Leslie Duguid of Auchinhove, son of Robert 
Duguid of Auchinhove by his wife Teresa, daughter of Patrick 
Count Leslie of Balquhain, by his wife Elizabeth, grand-daughter 
of William, Earl of Angus. 

P. 8. James Farqiiliarson of Balmutret, — A kinsman of the laird 
of Monaltrie. The company under his command appears to have 
taken part in the battles of Inverury, Falkirk, and Culloden. 
James Farquharson did not participate in the indemnity granted 
in 1747. From the Commissary Records of Aberdeen it appears 
that he was much in debt before the rebellion began. His estate 
was also named Balmurrel, and is now known as Balmoral, the 
Highland residence of Queen Victoria. 

P. 8. Francis Farquliarson of Monaltrie. — Second son of Alexander 
Farquharson of Monaltrie by his wife Anna Farquharson. The 
eldest son, John, though married, died without issue about the 
end of 1741. The third son, Robert, is described as ' in Kinaldine.* 
Alexander Farquharson of Monaltrie died on the eve of the 
rebellion, in July 1745. The family had taken part in the pre- 
vious attempts to restore the Stewarts in 1689 and 1715, but do 
not appear to have been hardly dealt with by the Government on 
that account. Fidelity to the old dynasty was, however, pre 
ferred to gratitude to the new, when, in 1745, another opportu- 
nity arose to put their loyalty to the test. While the Pretender 
was at Edinburgh, after the victory at Prestonpans, waiting for 



1 The Houses of Moir and Byres, by A. J. Mitchell Gill. Edinbnnb, 1885. 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 365 

recruits, he was joined by the laird of Monaltrie, as the Mercurif 
records, ' with a considerable corps of men ' on the evening of 
3d October 1745. The Farquharsons were present at the battles 
of Inverury, Falkirk, and Culloden. On this last occasion their 
leader was taken prisoner, and confined for some weeks at Inver- 
ness. Thence he was, with many others, conveyed to London in 
June, brought to trial in September, found guilty, and on 15th 
November condemned to death. On the evening before the day 
fixed for his execution he was reprieved, and soon afterwards 
pardoned ; but whether he was sent with other pardoned rebels 
to America, has not been ascertained. In 1775 he petitioned the 
commissioners on the forfeited estates that they would allow him 
to rent a portion of his former estate on which to spend his old 
age. After some time this was granted. In a letter from his 
nephew, William Farquharson of Braxie, dated in 1784, Francis 
Farquharson, late of Monaltrie, is described as ' the only forfeit- 
ing person now alive,' and as having no children. 

P. 8. John Farquharson, farmer, — Probably the same who is 
mentioned in the list of prisoners at Inverness on 19th April 
1746. 

P. 8. Henry Farquharson, Whiiehouse Miln, — This is doubtless 
the Captain Farquharson of Whitehouse mentioned in the list of 
reported killed at Culloden. In the same list is the name of 
Captain Farquharson of Auchrechan, 

P. 10. George Gordon, Esq. of Halhead, — Son and heir of 
Robert Gordon of Halhead by his wife Isabel Byres. The estate 
of Esslemont also belonged to the family. George Gordon, men- 
tioned in the List, married Amy Bowdler, an English lady, and 
their descendant and eventual heiress, Anne Gordon, about the 
middle of this century, married Henry Wolrige-Gordon, now laird 
of Halhead and Esslemont. Mr. Thomas Bowdler, brother of 
Mrs. Gordon, professed to have copied a letter from her, and also 
to have taken down from her own mouth a statement, in reference 
to a visit paid by the Duke of Cumberland to her house of Hal- 
head in February 1746. She affirmed that General Hawley, in 
spite of contrary orders from the Duke, ' packed up every bit of 
china I had, which I am sure would not be bought for £200, all 
my bedding and table linen, every book, my repeating clock, my 
worked screen, every rag of Mr. Gordon's clothes, the very hat, 
breeches, nightgown, shoes, and what shirts there was of the 
child's, twelve tea-spoons, strainer, and tongs, the japanned board 
on which the chocolate and coffee cups stood, and put them on 
board a ship in the night time, directed to himself at Holyrood 
House, Edinburgh. The flutes, music, and my cane, he made 
presents of. I had five pounds and a half of tea, seven loaves of fine 



366 APPENDIX II. 

sugar, half a hundred of lump, seven pounds of chocolate, a great 
stock of salt beef, pickled pork, hams, pease, butter, coals, peats, 
ale, verme-jelly, rice and spice, some cheese, brandy, rum, sago, 
hartshorn, salop, sweetmeats, Narbonne honey, two dozen wash- 
balls, with many other things which 'tis impossible to mention, 
all which he kept for himself, nor would he give me any share of 
them, even my empty bottles he took. The morning he went 
away, which was on Tuesday the 8th, he took the blankets and 
pillows off the beds, even the larding pins, iron screws, the fish 
kettle, and marble mortar/ 

There is a Ueuienant George Gordon in a return of prisoners at 
Inverness dated 19th April 1746. 

P. 10. Francis Gordon of Kincardin Miln, writer. — He did not 
long survive the campaign, as his will, subscribed at London 19th 
October 1746, was soon after confirmed at Aberdeen. He be- 
queathed his whole personal estate to William Duff of Corsindae 
and Alexander Chalmers of Balnacraig, for the use and benefit of 
Hugh Gordon, his only son, then an infant, and also for the 
maintenance and education of his daughters Helen and Ann, 
referring to the portions settled upon them in the marriage con- 
tract between him and Barbara Rose, his late spouse. The 
personal estate consisted entirely of debts due to him by various 
parties, chiefly Jacobites, including John Burnet of Camj^eld, 
Robert Mackie, in Mains of Midbelty, whose son Peter seems to 
have been an ensign in the rebel force (see page 1 6 of List), James 
Farquharson of Baltnurret, who owed 1000 merks, and others. 

P. 10. Lord Lefvis Gordon, — Son of Alexander, second Duke of 
Gordon, by his wife Lady Henrietta, daughter of the Earl of 
Peterborough and Monmouth. Lord Lewis, a Lieutenant in the 
Royal Navy, declared for the Pretender, and was appointed to a 
command in the rebel force. His accession is thus chronicled by 
the Mercury of l6th October 1745 : * Yesternight the Right Hon. 
Lord Lewis Gordon, third son of the deceast Alexander, Duke of 
Gordon, came and kissed the Prince's hand, and joined his Royal 
Highness's Standard. The Court, which was very numerous and 
splendid, seemed in great joy on this occasion, as several gentle- 
men, not only of the name of Gordon, but many others in the 
shires of Aberdeen, Banff, and Murray, who had declined joining 
the Prince's Standard unless some one or other of the sons of the 
Illustrious House of Gordon was to head them, will now readily come 
up and join the Army.' He was in command of the companies in 
the north until shortly before the battle of Falkirk. His chief 
exploit was the defeat of the Royalist detachment near Inveniry 
in December 1745. The name of Lord Lewis Gordon was 
reported among the prisoners taken at Culloden ; but whether 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 367 

that was so or not^ he escaped abroad and was attainted. He 
died in France, unmarried, in 1754. 

P. 12. Mr, George Law, Nonjurant Minister, — In list of prisoners 
at Inverness, 19th April 1746, he is described as chaplain. 

P. 12. David Lumsden, Jarfner, — On 24'th May 1746 edict was 
issued by the Sheriff of Aberdeen, citing James, Harry, John, and 
Margaret Lumsden, lawful children of the deceased David Lums- 
den in Mains of Auchlossan, who died in April of that year, to see 
executors appointed. Those named for the office were Charles 
Farquharson of Inverey, Alexander Grant of Grantfield, and 
Alexander Hunter in Craigens. In a subsequent deed the names 
of the trustees upon the estate are Lewis Barclay in Inverchat, 
Alexander Lumsden in Miln of Wester Coull, and John Lumsden in 
Miln of Coull (also named in List as a rebel). The value of the 
estate was considerable, and included several debts due by 
Jacobite neighbours, such as Patrick Duguid of Auchinhove, James 
Farquharson of Balmurret, and James Innes of Balnacraig. The 
widow is referred to, but not named. 

P. 14. Duncan M'Grigor, fanner, — His name appears in list of 
prisoners at Inverness, 19th April 1746. He is there styled 
Ensign. 

P. 14. Thomas Mercier, Esq, — A merchant citizen of Aberdeen, 
whose ancestors were cadets of the Mercers of Aldie, Perthshire. 
After the collapse of the rebellion he escaped to France, and 
resided in Paris. His eldest son James was afterwards an officer 
in the British army, and did good service in various campaigns. 
He published a volume of L^ric Poems in 1797. 

P. 14. James Moir, Esq, of Stoni/wood, — ^Third laird of that name ; 
he married Jean, daughter of William Erskine of Pittodrie. Of 
this gentleman the following notice occurs in the Caledonian Mer- 
cury of October 7, 1745: 'A letter from Aberdeen says Mr. 
Moire of Stony wood has raised a Troop for the Prince's service, 
and I can assure you for certain that the whole free-holders of 
Aberdeen (four only excepted) have actually declared themselves 
for the Prince's Interest, and will get on horseback as soon as 
possible and head their people.' After the failure of the rebellion 
Mr. Moir escaped to France, and died in 1782. 

P. 18. Robert Reid, merchant. — Son to Sir Alexander Reid of 
Barra. Sir Alexander was second baronet, the title having been 
created in 1703. He married Agnes, eldest daughter of Sir 
Alexander Ogilvie of Forglen, baronet, and had four sons, viz. 



368 APPENDIX 11. 

Alexander, James, Robert (the rebel officer), and William, and 
two daughters, Helen and Barbara. Alexander, the eldest son, 
died before August 1745, for on the 6th of that month his 
brothers and sisters were cited by the Commissary of Aberdeen to 
see executors appointed to the deceased Captain Alexander Reid, 
younger, of Barra, their brother. They disregarded the citation, 
and his goods, consisting chiefly of wearing apparel, were rouped 
for £67, l6s. Scots, for behoof of a creditor. 

P. 18. John Reid, stabler, — This person, from his designation, 
may have been connected with four ^ suspected rogues ' of the 
name of Reid, belonging to Aberdeen, one of them being a horse- 
hirer, who, by advertisement in the Mercury of 22d October 1745, 
are described as having broken prison at Dunblane, leaving in the 
custody of the bailie of regality there the plunder for which they 
had been incarcerated, viz. ' a sorel Galloway, about 40s. value, 
an old black horse, about the value of £4 sterling, a skirt of blue 
watered stuff, a pair of blankets, a little woollen floor cloth, a lined 
stuff cloak, a pair coarse linen sheets, a small thin shoulder belt, 
an old short tartan coat, a snuffle bit, a pocket napken,^ with S 
old shirts in it of little value, two cutlasses, a durk, a pocket- 
pistol, and two tartan plaids, pretty much used, with some 
money.' 

P. 20. Robert Sandilands, writer, — He took part in the rebellion 
along with his kinsman Patrick Byres of Tonley, whose daughter 
Isabella he afterwards married. 

P. 20. William Strachan, clerk, etc, — Inventory of William Strachan, 
merchant in Aberdeen, is given up by William Strachan, his eldest 
son, and confirmed on 2d June 1747. Among the debtors are 
Henry Elphinstone, senior, merchant in Aberdeen (whose name 
occurs in the List), the representatives of Alexander Farquharson of 
Monaltrie^ Adam Hay of Asleed (also a rebel), and others. 

P. 20. Steuart of Atwfioily, — The Commissary Records of 

Aberdeen, of 19th May 1746, contain a citation of Anna Gordon, 
relict of the deceased Alexander Stuart of Auchollie, and Margaret 
and Helen Steuart, his lawful daughters, as his executors. His 
death is stated to have occurred in the month of May 1746. The 
inventory of his estate amounts to £925, 17s. Scots, one-third of 
which is claimed by the widow in virtue of their marriage contract. 
An ' eik * is added to the inventory in the following year, to the 
extent of £208, 6s. 8d. Scots, as the value of grain in the * corn- 
yard of Auchollie, a mare, two cattle, and certain articles of ftimi- 
ture' sold under warrant of the commissary. The cautioners are 
William Durward, in Gilcomston, and Samuel Gordon, in Miln- 
toun of Braichly. A further 'eik' in 1748 contained a debt of 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 369 

£735 Scots> due by Alexander and Francis Farquharson, elder and 
younger^ of Monaltrie. 



BANFF DISTRICT. 

P. 24. George Abemethie, merchaniy etc. — He was a Captain in 
Ogilvie's Company, and was taken at the surrender of Carlisle, 
tried, convicted of high treason, and sentenced to death. His 
wife was Elizabeth Forbes, who claimed upon his forfeited estate 
her liferent of a house in Banff. He died in April 1747, and was 
buried in the churchyard of St. Margaret's, Westminster. 

P. 28. Sir WilUam Gordon of Park, — Eldest son of Sir James 
Gordon by Dame Helen Fraser, his spouse. He was attainted, 
and his estates forfeited. He died abroad in 1751, and his 
younger brother John succeeded to the estate in terms of a judg- 
ment of the House of Lords. Dame Janet Gordon, wife of Sir 
William, claimed her terce. 

P. 28. Charles Gordon, younger, of Terpersie. — Taken at Carlisle, 
and attainted. His widow, Margaret Gordon, and his daughters, 
Margaret and Helen, were allowed as creditors upon his forfeited 
estate, which was heavily burdened with debt. His father, James 
Gordon, is also mentioned in the List as a rebel officer. 

P. SO. John Gordon of Glenhucket, — Joined the Pretender's army 
soon after the battle of Prestonpans. On Wednesday, 25th Sep- 
tember 1745, the Caledonian Mercury thus reports his approach: 
* A letter from Forfar, dated Tuesday morning last, says, " General 
Gordon of Glenbucket is arrived here, and will march this evening, 
in order to join the Highland army in the Lothians. He has 
under command a numerous Body of Select Gentlemen and 
private people.'" The number of his followers was by one 
account 2000, by another 1400, and latterly it was stated at 400. 
The Mercury of 8th November 1745 reports the following item of 
news from London : ' The crew of the Fox man-of-war, hearing 
that the Laird of Glenbucket was passing the Forth with a party 
of his clans, manned two Boats, went off, and took him with his 
whole company.' He was along with the rebel force in the rest 
of the campaign, and is thus referred to in the narrative by Lord 
George Murray, in connection with the skirmish at Clifton : 
' Glenbucket, who was very infirm, stayed at the end of the 
village on horseback. He was sorry he was not able to go on 
with me. He gave me his targe ; it was convex, and covered 
with a plate of metal, which was painted ; the paint was cleared 
in two or three places with the enemy's bullets.' After the 
failure of the rebellion he made his way to the Continent, but 

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370 APPENDIX II. 

his estates were forfeited. His wife's name was Jean Forbes. 
In 1771 claims upon the estate were sustained on behalf of John 
Gordon^ his eldest son^ George and David, younger sons, and 
Clementina, Henrietta, and Cecilia^ his daughters. 

P. 32. Adam 4Iay of AssUd. — Eldest son of Andrew Hay of 
Asleed, in the parishes of Monquhitter and New Deer. Adam 
was entered apprentice to James Hay^ W.S., Edinburgh, in 1738, 
so that he was probably quite a youth when he joined the Jacobite 
movement. He was taken and convicted of treason. The for- 
feited estate was claimed and eventually purchased by James 
Hay, Clerk to the Signet, uncle and tutor to the rebel. The 
bui^ens on the estate were heavy, and included a provision to 
Anna Forbes, grandmother, and Christian Cumming, mother of 
the said Adam, besides certain claims by Anna and Jean Hays, 
his aunts. 

P. 32. John Innes, younger, of Edingight, — This family was 
related to the Inneses of Balveny, baronets of Nova Scotia. The 
title was claimed, after the death of the eighth baronet in 1817> 
by John Innes, then of Edingight. 

P. 38, Peter Stuart, gentleman. — This person appears to be 
identical with Patrick Stuart of Tannachy, cited by edict of the 
commissary of Aberdeen on 7th June 1749, as eldest son of the 
deceased George Stuart of Tannachy, who died in December 
1748 ; the other members of the family cited are James, Cosmo- 
George, Andrew, Alexander, Mar}', Elspet, and Jean Stuart, 
brothers and sisters of said Patrick. 



PERTH DISTRICT. 

P. 42. Robert Bresdie (or Brydie), — This may be the person 
whose birth is recorded in the Episcopal register of baptisms for 
Muthill, on 15th January 1724, as son of John Brady and Jean 
Ure. 

P. 42, David Carmichael of Balntedk, — This family is said to 
have descended from Robert, second son of Sir John de Carmichael 
of that ilk, who fought at the battle of Beaug6 in 1421. David, 
mentioned in the List, was probably not the Laird of Balmedie> 
who at that time is understood to have been Thomas Carmichael, 
who died in 1746, leaving an only son James, afterwards dis- 
tinguished as a physician. John Carmichael of Baiglie, in the same 
parish, whose representative is now an officer in the French navy, 
was also out in the '45. The person named on the same page of 
the List as collector of the stent may well have been the laird of 
Baiglie ; he was related to the Balmedie family. 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 371 

P. 44. James Dmmmond, called Dtike of Perth, — Son of James, 
Duke of Perth, by his wife. Lady Jean Gordon, daughter of 
George, Duke of Gordon. James, the father, was in the rebellion 
of 1715, and, escaping to France, resided there until 1730, when he 
died at Paris. Although attainted, his son succeeded to the estates 
under a disposition executed by him in 1713. On the arrival of 
the Pretender at Perth in September 1745, he was joined by the 
Duke of Perth, who was appointed Lieutenant-General in con- 
junction with Lord George Murray. He and his following were 
conspicuous throughout the campaign. After the defeat at Cullo- 
den he embarked for France, but died at sea on 11th May 1746, 
at the age of thirty-three. His younger and only brother. Lord 
John Drummond, was his heir : he was an officer in the service 
of the French King, for whom he raised the regiment then called 
the Royal Scots, of which he was colonel. In November 1745 
he arrived at Montrose with some French auxiliaries and a train 
of artillery for the service of the Chevalier, whom he joined just 
before the battle of Falkirk. After Culloden he returned to 
France, and died in 1747. 

P. 46. James Lindsay, shoemaker. — Described as an Ensign in 
Strathallan's horse ; was taken prisoner at Culloden, tried in Lon- 
don on 28th October, found guilty, and sentenced to death. A 
reprieve was granted just as he was about to be led to the scaffold. 

P. 46. Martin Undsay, nniter in Edinburgh^ — Was tried at York, 
and acquitted. 

P. 46. Mr. Robert Lyon, minister. — An Episcopalian ; was tried at 
York, found guilty, and executed in November 1746. He is said 
to have read at the place of execution a lengthy paper, declaring 
his unswerving attachment to the Jacobite cause. 

P. 46. Lord George Murray. — Younger son of John, first Duke of 
Atholl. He was implicated in the Spanish enterprise on behalf 
of the Pretender in 1719) which ended with the skirmish at Glen- 
shiel in June of that year. He then escaped abroad, and was 
some years an officer in the army of the King of Sardinia ; but^ 
having obtained a pardon, he returned, and was presented to 
George i. When the standard of rebellion was again unfurled in 
1745, Lord George pelded to the temptation, and accepted the 
chief command of the Pretender's forces. In this position he 
greatly distinguished himself as a skilful leader and intrepid 
soldier. Upon the disastrous conclusion of the campaign he with- 
drew to the Continent, and died in Holland in 1760. A liferent 
provision which he had out of the estate of Glencarse was for- 
feited. His eldest son, John, bom in 1729, succeeded as third 
Duke of Atholl in 1764. 



372 APPENDIX II. 

P. 48. — Murray, younger of Dollaire. — Mr. Murray of Dollary, 
SherifT-Depute of Perthshire, is mentioned, on the occasion of the 
arrival of the Chevalier at Perth, as having left that town along 
with the officers of the revenue. It is doubtless his son who is 
named in the List. 

» 

P. 48. Laurance Oliphant of Gask, elder and younger. — Their 
estates were confiscated ; but, in 1753, Mrs. Ameha Naime, spouse 
to Lawrence Oliphant, late of Gask, was found entitled to her life- 
rent of portions of the estate, in terms of her marriage contract, 
in the event of her surviving her husband. On 24th February 
1754 he is mentioned as deceased. The daughter of the younger 
Lawrence, named CaroHna, was married to Lord Naime, and is 
celebrated as the writer of ' The Laird of Cockpen ' and other 
favourite songs. 

P. 48. George Robertson of Faskilly, — On the retreat of the rebel 
army from Stirling northwards, in February 1746, they were rein- 
forced at Perth by this laird. The Scots Magazine reports that on 
2d February ' there came in from Crieff 140 men, commanded by 
Mr. Robertson of Fascally and Mr. James Robertson of BlcUrfetly, 
and brought in seven pieces of brass cannon and four covered 
waggons.' They crossed the Tay on the 4th of the same month, 
on the way northwards. 

P. 48. Robertson of Strowan. — Alexander Robertson suc- 
ceeded to the estate in 1688, was involved in the Jacobite risings 
in l689 and 1715, was eventually pardoned, and lived upon the 
estate for several years before 1745. Though then an old man, he 
gave all the countenance and aid in his power to the cause of the 
Pretender, for which he was attainted, and his estates forfeited. 
He died in his own house of Carie in 1749> in the 81st year of his 
age, leaving a volume of poems in ms. which was afterwards 
published. 

P. 50. The Lord Strat/mllnn. — William Drummond, fourth Vis- 
count : was in the rebellion in 1715, and taken prisoner at Sheriff- 
muir, but was not subjected to forfeiture for that occasion. He 
received a leading command in the army of the Chevalier in 1745, 
and fell at Culloden. His wife was Lady Margaret Murray^ 
daughter of the Baroness Naime, by whom he had seven sons and 
six daughters. His eldest son, James, having also taken part in 
the rebellion was attainted, and died abroad in 1765. The at- 
tainder was taken off in 1824. 

STIRLING DISTRICT. 

P. 54. Alexander Buclianan. — Described as Captain : taken 
prisoner at Culloden. On 15th November 1746 he was tried and 
acquitted, being only nineteen years of age. 



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P. 56. John Halden ofLanrick and Alexander his sofi are mentioned 
in precognition taken by the sheriff at the town of Lanark on 21st 
September 1748^ when Christopher Bannatyne^ merchant and 
bailie there, deponed that, upon Christmas Day 1 745, a party of 
rebels came to Lanark, amongst whom were the said John and 
Alexander Halden, and that the latter came into a room where 
the declarant and Bailie Wild were sitting, with a party of the 
rebels with drawn swords, in order to force them to come out to the 
cross to witness a proclamation of the Pretender, which they were 
forced to do. The Haldens escaped to the Continent, and the 
father died at Paris in 1765. 

P. 58. Sir Archibald Primrose of Dunipace. — A Baronet, son of 
George Foulis, of the family of Ravelston, who assumed the name 
Primrose in terms of entail. He was captured near Aboyne in 
July 1746, was tried at York, pleaded guilty, and executed at 
Carlisle on 15th November 1746. Mrs. Janet Cuningham claimed 
upon the forfeited estate for an annuity of 1000 merks due to her, 
as widow of George Primrose of Dunipace. Her claim is dated 
30th May 1746, and she is then described as 'now spouse to 
William Innes, Writer to the Signet.' 

P. 60. David Stuart of Ballahallan, — This is most probably Major 
Stewart, brother to the laird of Ardvorlich, who, along with six 
other rebels, was surprised in a hut on the Braes of Leny, where 
they were in hiding after CuUoden. Their assailants were a party 
of the Perth volunteers, who, after a tough conflict, overpowered 
Stewart and his comrades, and carried them to Stirling, where 
the Major died of his wounds. The others taken with him were 
Captain Malcolm Macgregor of Comour, Captain Donald MacLaren, 
Serjeant King, alias Macree, late of Lord Murray's regiment, and 
three privates. It is related of Captain MacLaren that when 
being carried towards Carlisle, strapped to a dragoon, he cut the 
strap, threw himself over a cliff, and escaped. 

ST. ANDREWS DISTRICT. 

P. 64. (Alexander) Erskine, Earl of Kelly, — Of this nobleman the 
Caledonian Merairy of 9th October 1745 reports: 'The Right 
Hon. the Earl of Kellie, who, after his joining the Prince's 
standard, had gone over to Fife in order to raise men to complete 
his regiment, is returned to camp, and brought a considerable 
body of men with him.' Having been attainted, he surrendered 
himself to the Lord Justice-Clerk at Edinburgh, in July 1746. 
After being detained in prison for three years, he was liberated, 
and died at Kellie in 1756. 

P. 64. Heleneas Haxton, gentleman, — Of the well-known family 
of Hackston (or Halkerston) of Rathillet. The predecessor of 



374 APPENDIX II. 

this gentleman fought against the Jacobites in 1715. Heleneas 
evidently got the benefit of the indemnity, as he lived for many 
years after the rebellion, and sold his estate in 1 772. 

P. 66. Peter lAndsay, gentleman, — This is probably the Captain 
Patrick Lindsay, who was taken prisoner in Angus in July 1746, 
and carried to Dundee. There was a Patrick Lindsay executed at 
Brampton, but he is described as a farmer at Wester Deans, 
Tweeddale. 

P. 68. David Rue, gentleman. — Described also as an officer of 
customs. He was brought before the judges at York in October 
1746, and having pleaded guilty, was executed there on 8th 
November. 

P. 68. William Sharp, gentleman. — Son of Alexander Sharp, mer- 
chant, St. Andrews. He was arraigned at York in September 
1746, and having pleaded guilty, was sentenced to die, but his 
name does not appear among those executed. 



ROSS DISTRICT. 

P. 72. Roderick Chisholm. — Son of the chief of that name. 
The clan took part in the rising of 1715, and the estates of 
the chief were forfeited ; but he was afterwards pardoned, and 
the lands restored to the family. This Roderick, styled Colonel, 
was reported by the prisoners taken at Culloden as among the 
killed. 

P. 74. Simon Eraser, Lord Lovat. — Chief of the Erasers. His 
history is well known. At first he contrived to show himself 
friendly both to the Government and to the Pretender. He did 
not himself take part in the campaign, but sent his eldest son, a 
youth of nineteen, against his inclination, as leader of the clan. 
The treachery of the aged chief was soon manifest, and the 
journals of December 24th, 1745, report his apprehension at his 
house of Beauly, whence he was taken to Inverness. A later 
account states that early in December he was apprehended by 
Lord Loudoun at Castle Downie, and having been brought to 
Inverness, there managed to escape through the back door of the 
house in which he was lodged. After Culloden he was found by 
a party of the royal troops concealed in a hollow tree on an 
island in Loch Morar, and taken on a horse-litter to Fort 
Augustus on 15th June 174-6. On his apprehension he wrote a 
letter to the Duke of Cumberland, in which he says : ' I did more 
essential service to your Royal family in suppressing the great 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 375 

Rebellion in the year 1715^ with the hazard of my life^ and the 
loss of my only brother^ than any of my rank in Scotland ; for 
which I had three letters of thimks from my royal master, in 
which his Majesty strongly promised to give me such marks of 
his favour as would oblige all the country to be faithful to him ; 
therefore the gracious king was as good as his word to me^ for as 
soon as I arrived at Court and was introduced to the king by the 
late Duke of Argyll^ I came by degrees to be as great a favourite 
as any Scotsman about the Court ; and I often carried your Royal 
Highness in my arms in the parks of Kensington and Hampton 
Court to hold you up to your Royal grandfather that he might 
embrace you.' He then recounts some instances of the clemency 
of the king^ and concludes with the wish, ' I hope I shall feel 
that the same compassionate blood runs in your Royal Highness' 
veins.' Whether or not the Duke was compassionate, the chief 
of the Erasers was found guilty of high treason and beheaded on 
Tower Hill. His son was pardoned in 1750, and in 1774 the 
estates were restored to him. After a long and honourable 
service in the British army, in which he rose to the rank of 
General, he died in 1782. 

P. 74. Donald Fraser, Balagalken, — This is probably the soldier 
of Lovat's company who is said to have killed seven men at the 
battle of Falkirk, whose son John, bom in 1750^ was well known 
as a botanist and traveller, and who, with his sons, is said to have 
introduced the dahlia into Europe. See Curtis Magazine. 

P. 76. {George) Mackenzie^ Earl of Cromarty. — This rebel peer, 
with his son, Lord Macleod, and the clan Mackenzie, were engaged 
for the Pretender almost exclusively in their own district, against 
the loyal clans in Sutherlandshire on the one hand, and the troops 
under Lord Loudoun on the other. They were not at Culloden^ 
for on the previous day they were attacked by the Earl of Suther- 
land at Golspie and routed, and Cromarty and his son, with 150 
of their men, taken prisoners. The Earl and his son were taken 
to London for trial. The father was sentenced to deaths but 
reprieved, chiefly through the intervention of his lady, who pre- 
sented personally a petition to the king. The estates were for- 
feited. The Earl died in 1766. His son, styled Lord Macleod, 
received a pardon in 1748, served for some years in the Swedish 
army, and afterwards in the British, where he rose to the rank of 
General. He raised the 71st Regiment of Highland Light 
Infantry, which he commanded in India. The estates were 
restored to him in 1784, and he died in 1789. 

P. 76. Roderick M'Cullock— Laird of Glastullich, captain in 
Cromarty's regiment. He was tried in London, and on 15th 
November sentenced to death. 



876 APPENDIX IL 

LANARK DISTRICT. 
P. 84. Andrew Cassie, — One of the Chevalier's Life Guards. 

P. 84. John Murrain of Brugkton. — Secretary to the Chevalier, 
and his confidential adviser. When his master had escaped after 
the dispersion of his followers^ Murray sought refuge with his 
relative Mr. Hunter of Polmood, but was seized and carried to 
London. There he turned King's evidence against Lovat, who 
thereupon charged him as being ' the most abandoned of man- 
kind.' Mr. Murray, as the representative of Murray of Stanhope, 
succeeded in 1770 to the baronetcy which belonged to that family. 

OLD MELDRUM DISTRICT. 

P. 90. John Forbesy Lord Pitsligo. — His name was Alexander. 
Joined the army after the battle of Prestonpans. The Mercury of 
4th October 1 745 reports thus : ^ A letter from Aberdeen assures 
that the Rt. Hon. Alexander Lord Pitsligo has put himself at the 
head of his friends and tenants, and is on the march to join the 
Prince's army.* The letter adds, * This most worthy peer cannot 
fail of becoming an honour and ornament to either camp or 
cabinet.' After the final defeat he remained in hiding for many 
years in the neighbourhood of his own estate, which was forfeited. 
He died at the House of Auchiries, belonging to Mr. Ogilvie, in 
1 762, at the age of eighty-five. 

P. 104. Donald Fraser, smith, — The famous 'smith of Moy.* 
When Prince Charles was at Moy Hall, on his way to Inverness, 
in February 1746, Lord Loudoun marched from that town with a 
large force, said to be 1500, to seize him by night. The enter- 
prise was frustrated by Donald the smith, who, with five or six 
comrades, fired on the royalists, ordering at the same time 
imaginary Macdonalds and Camerons to advance on the right and 
left, and to give no quarter. The royalists, assuming that the 
whole Jacobite forces were upon them, retreated hastily to Inver- 
ness. This incident is known as the Rout of Mot/. 

P. 116. Gillice M*Bain, braver, — This is the hero referred to by 
Chambers as signalising himself at Culloden by resisting to the 
last and defending himself against the dragoons, of whom it is 
said he slew thirteen before he himself was cut down. 

P. 116. Alexander M'Gillavrae of Dimmaglass, — Chief of his clan, 
a sept of the Clan Chattan. He led the Mackintoshes at Cul- 
loden, and fought his way into the centre of the royal army, kill- 
ing, it is said, a dozen men with his sword. He was at length 
killed at the well still known as the Well of the Dead, 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 377 

P. 118. Donald M'Bean, Auldaury. — His daughter was married 
to Alexander Grant, Inchbrene, Glenurquhart, who was in the 
rebel army, and killed in the flight after Culloden, leaving an 
infant son Charles, who became Chairman of the East India Com- 
pany, and father of Lord Glenelg and of Sir Robert Grant. 

P. 118. Evan M*Pherson of Clunie. — Was an officer in the royal 
army, but threw up his commission when the rebellion began. 
His accession to the Pretender's cause is thus announced in the 
Mercury of 30th October 1745 : * Yesterday, Evan Macpherson 
of Clunie, Esq., attended by a detachment of his Clan, came to 
the Abbey of Holyroodhouse, kissed the Prince's hands, and had 
the honour to dine with his Royal Highness. This gentleman 
left 400 more of his followers at Alloa, who serve as Escorte to 
300 waggons with artillery, anununition, arms, etc., which are 
expected at Dalkeith to-morrow.' Cluny and his men took a pro- 
minent part at the battles of Clifton and Falkirk, but were not 
forward in time at Culloden. After that fatal field the chief of 
the Macphersons lived for several years in hiding not far from his 
own house, which was burned down by Cumberland's soldiers. In 
1755 he escaped to France, and died the following year. His 
estate was forfeited. 

P. 128. John Stewart, late bailie, Inverness, — A cousin of the noted 
rebel leader, John Roy Stewart. The bailie was a leading mer- 
chant in Inverness. His grandson was General Sir John Stuart, 
Count of Maida. His daughter Ann was married to Richard Hay 
Newton of Newton, Haddingtonshire, with whom he found refuge 
after Culloden. 

HADDINGTON DISTRICT. 

P. 134. Arthur Elphingston, Lord Balmerino, — He was involved 
in the rebellion of 1715, and thereafter spent many years in France. 
His father having obtained for him a pardon from the Crown, he 
returned to Scotland, after an absence of about twenty years. On 
the outbreak of the new rebellion in 1 745, Elphinston was one of 
the first to join the movement, and was appointed Colonel of the 
second troop of Life Guards to the Chevalier. He was in all the 
important conflicts of the campaign, was taken prisoner at Cul- 
loden, and carried to London along with other noble prisoners. 
When arraigned he pleaded not guilty, but was condemned. 
When brought to the block he behaved with great firmness. 
Having succeeded to the title and estates only in January 1746, 
he never enjoyed the latter. He left no issue. 

P. 138. Andrew Porteus of Bumfoot. — One of the Life Guards 
of Prince Charles. When brought to trial he pleaded guilty, and 
was condemned, but his name does not appear in the list of those 
executed. 



378 APPENDIX II. 



DUMFRIES DISTRICT. 

P. 142. John Henderson of Castlemains. — By profession a writer in 
LfOcfamaben : found guilty, sentenced to death, and executed at 
Carlisle. 

DUNFERMLINE DISTRICT. 

P. 146. Charles Blarv, son to Castlehill. — It is probably this man's 
father who is referred to in the Mercury of 25th September 1745 : 
'The same day (Sept. 19), John Bleau of Castlehill, Esq., was 
committed to Newgate, after long exanunation, by the Marquis of 
Tweeddale, his Majesty's principal Secretary of State for the 
Kingdom of Scotland.' 

P. 148. James Main, brewer, Alloa. — When brought to trial he 
pleaded guilty, but does not appear in the list of those executed. 



DUNDEE DISTRICT. 

P. 202. John Calitioch. — Was apprehended by the royal dragoons, 
in the autumn of 1746, and shortly after set at liberty. Having 
been afterwards observed to go on several occasions between the 
place of his former residence and the quarters of the royal troops, 
he was suspected of being an informer, and murdered. Some of 
the neighbours were apprehended on suspicion of the crime, and 
brought to Edinburgh for trial. 

P. 218. Sir James Kinloch of Kinloch, — Third Baronet, was 
accompanied in the Rebellion by his brothers Alexander and 
Charles, and all taken prisoners. On 15th November 1746 Sir 
James was sentenced to death. The counsel for his two brothers 
moved for arrest of judgment in their case, and the debate was 
adjourned for a month. On 1 5th December they were again at 
the bar, and after considerable debate they were again remanded 
till the 20th, when the Court, with the exception of one of the 
judges, decided against the plea, and sentence was passed upon 
them, and executed. Sir James, however, managed to escape 
from prison, went to France, and was at length pardoned. 

P. 222. Thomas Lawson, chapman, — Was tried at Carlisle, found 
guilty, and probably transported. 

P. 226. Laurence Mercer of Lethenday, — Son to Laurence Mercer 
of Melginch, deceased. His kinsman, Robert Mercer, of Aldie, was 
a captain in the rebel force. Laurence was taken prisoner in 
June 1746, brought to trial at Carlisle, pleaded guilty, and was 
condemned, but died in prison. 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 379 

P. 228. David Ogilty of Pool, — One of this name was tried at 
York, found guilty^ but recommended to mercy by the jury. 

P. 232. James Rattray ofCorb,—Ol Tullibardine's regiment. He 
is described in account of his trial as 'of RanaguUian/ and as 
brother-in-law of Sir James Kinloch. Though a true bill was found 
against him^ he was acquitted. 

P. 234. James Stormont of Pitscanly, — One of this name is men- 
tioned as on trial before the Lord Chief-Justice, London, on l6th 
December 1746. A true bill was found against him, but his ulti- 
mate disposal is not specified. 

P. 238. Sir John Wedderbum, — Fifth Baronet, was taken prisoner 
at CuUoden. When brought to trial in November 1746, he pled 
that the rebels had taken him four times out of his own house by 
force, and that during the greater part of the time specified in 
his indictment he was at home. There were produced, however, 
twelve receipts for excise collected at Perth and Dundee for 
behoof of the Pretender written and subscribed by him ; and it 
was proved that he owned himself to have been a volunteer in 
Ogilvie's second battalion. He was found guilty and executed. 
By his wife, Jean Fullerton, he had several children, of whom 
John, the eldest^ was also in the Rebelhon, but having escaped, he 
afterwards assumed the title notwithstanding the attainder. 

P. 240. Charles Webster. — Tried at York and acquitted. 



EDINBURGH DISTRICT. 

P. 246. Henry Clark, gentleman. — When arraigned at Carlisle he 
pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to death, but died in prison 
before the 14th of November 1746. 

P. 246. Alexander Davidson, shoemaker. — Was brought to trial at 
Carlisle, and, pleading guilty, was sentenced to death. 

P. 248. James Gedd, printer. — Son of William Ged, goldsmith, 
Edinburgh, who in 1 725 invented the art of stereotyping. After 
an unsuccessful venture in partnership with some London trades- 
men, the Geds in 1738 resumed business in Edinburgh, and in 
the following year issued an edition of Sallust printed by the new 
process. Their labours were interrupted by the Jacobite rising 
of 1745, in which James Ged took part. He was made prisoner 
at Carlisle and condemned to death, but through the influence of 
some friends, and especially on account of his father s useful 
invention, he was reprieved, and emigrated to Jamaica. 

P. 250. George Hamilton of Redhouse. — Tried at York, found 
guilty, and executed there on Ist November 1746. 



380 * APPENDIX II. 

P. 250. Andrew Johnston. — One of this name^ styled * son to 
Knockhill/ was brought to trial at York^ and, pleading guilty, 
was sentenced to death. 

P. 250. Patrick Keir, wrighi, — Tried at Carlisle, pleaded guilty, 
and executed at Carlisle on 15th November 1746. 

P. 250. Simon Lugton, tailor, — Was tried at Carlisle, found guilty, 
4ind sentenced. 

P. 252. John M'Naughton, journeyman watchmaker. — ^This is the 
' stalwart Highlander ' who killed the famous Colonel Gardner at 
the battle of Prestonpans. He is described as an Edinburgh 
workman. Tried at Carlisle, he was found guilty, and executed 
there on 18th October 1746. 

P. 252. James Murray, surgeon. — Was tried at Carlisle, and 
acquitted. 

P. 252. Richard Morrison, bather. — is described also as valet and 
barber to the young Pretender ; tried at Carlisle and found guilty, 
but reprieved. It is added that he was carried off to London 
from Carlisle by one of the King's messengers, on the morning of 
the 21st October 1746. Probably he could tell a good deal of the 
domestic history of his unhappy master. 

P. 252. Robert Murray, fvriter, Edinburgh, — Also described as 
' son to Spittlehaugh,' was brought to trial at Carlisle, pleaded 
guilty, and was condemned. 

P. 252. Sir David Murray (of Stanfiope.) — Fourth Baronet : was 
brought to trial at York, and, pleading guilty, was condemned, 
but afterwards received a pardon on condition of his leaving the 
country. . His estates were confiscated, and he died in exile. 

P. 254. James Nicolson, coffce-hotise keeper, Ijeith. — Also described 
as a Lieutenant in Perth's regiment. Was taken at the surrender 
of Carlisle, tried in London on 31st July, and condemned to death. 

P. 254. John Petrie, alehouse keeper. — Tried at Carlisle, and 
acquitted. 

■■ P. 256. James Smith, writer, Edinburgh. Described as son of James 
Smith, writer, deceased. Was brought to trial at Carlisle, pleaded 
guilty, and was condemned, but died in prison. 

P. 256. Andrew Swan, shoemaker. — Brought to trial at Carlisle, 
pleaded guilty, and was executed at Penrith, on 28th October 1746. 

P. 258. David Wynnes, Lord Elclio. — Eldest son of James, fourth 
Earl of Wemyss, was aged about twenty-four years when he joined 
the Rebellion. He is thus referred to in the Merairy of 30th 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 381 

September 1 745 : * There is now forming and pretty well advanced 
a body of Horse Life-Guards for his royal highness the Prince, 
commanded by the Right Hon. the Lord Elcho ; their uniform is 
blue trimmed with red, and laced waistcoats ; they are to consist 
of four squadrons of gentlemen of character.' In the ScoU Maga- 
zine the troops commanded by Lord Elcho and Lord Kilmarnock 
are said to have numbered l6o men. After Culloden he escaped 
to the Continent, and, having been attainted, was debarred from 
the succession. On his death in 1787 his younger brother Francis 
became Earl of Werayss. 

LINLITHGOW DISTRICT. 

P. 264. James Ancrum, salt grieve. — Tried at Carlisle, found 
guilty, but was reprieved. 

P. 264. George Boifd, —Was tried at York, pleaded guilty, and 
condemned. 

P. 266. Kilmarnock, William, Earl of. — Fourth Earl. His estates, 
greatly encumbered when he succeeded, were not relieved by his 
mode of living, which he himself acknowledged to be * careless and 
dissolute.' The embarassments under which he lay on these 
accounts impelled him to risk all in the cause of the Pretender. 
He was taken at Culloden, and tried at Westminster along with 
the other rebel lords. He pleaded guilty, was condemned, and 
beheaded on Towerhill 18th August 1746. His Lady, Anne 
Livingstone, daughter of the Earl of Callendar, who was attainted 
in 1716, seems to have sympathised with the Jacobites, and went 
north with their army when they left Stirling. The eldest son of 
Lord Kilmarnock succeeded in 1758 to the Earldom of Erroll. 

GLASGOW DISTRICT. 

P. 272. Andrew Wood, shoemaker, Glasgow. — Captain in the Pre- 
tender's army, taken prisoner at Culloden, tried and found guilty, 
and executed on Kensington Common, 28th November 1746. 

P. 278. Andrew Sprewl, writer. — Taken prisoner at Culloden, tried 
in London, and acquitted * by consent of the Attorney-General, 
without entering into the evidence for the Crown.' 

KELSO DISTRICT. 

P. 280. Henri/ Kerr of Greden. — Colonel in the rebel force, and 
aide-de-camp to the young Pretender. Tried at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, and found guilty. His counsel alleged ' that he was 
an officer in the Spanish service; but soon gave up that point.' 
The evidence showed that he was very active in the Rebellion ; 
took and harshly treated Captain Vere, on 2d December 1745 



382 APPENDIX II. 

within three miles of the royal army, then at Newcastle — the said 
Captain Vere being called 'principal spy' of the Duke's army *by 
the rebel journal published at Glasgow.' Kerr was also alleged 
to have ' endeavoured to rally the rebels at Culloden after they 
were broke.' He was condemned. 

ARGYLL DISTRICT. 

P. 282. Allan Cameron ofCallari, — Was wounded at Culloden and 
taken prisoner. Tried at St. Margaret's, London, in November 
1 746, he pleaded that ' he was forced from his family, a wife and 
ten children, by Lochiel, whose tenant he was.' It appeared by 
the evidence that he had behaved with great humanity, and in 
Edinburgh prevented one of the King's officers from being mur- 
dered by the rebels. He was, however, found guilty and con- 
demned, but no notice of his death appears. 

P. 282. Donald Cameron ofLochieL — Captain of the Clan Cameron, 
his father, the chief, being then alive, but in exile under attainder 
for his share in the rising of 1715. Donald Cameron, though a 
very warm friend to the Jacobite cause, did his best to dissuade 
Charles from venturing to take the field without foreign aid. But 
the young adventurer was headstrong, and his adviser yielded. 
He is alleged to have led 1400 of his clan into the field, but they 
do not appear in the List. He did much to prevent dishonourable 
excesses in the rebel army, and ordered one of his own men to be 
shot for theft. He and his men were in all the battles of the 
campaign. At Culloden he was wounded in both ankles, and 
carried from the field. After lurking for some months in Rannoch 
and Badenoch, he escaped, in the company of Prince Charles, to 
France. There he received the command of a regiment of his 
compatriots in exile in the service of the King of the French. He 
died in 1 748. 

P. 282. Ewen Cameron, Callart's uncle, — There was a Hugh 
Cameron (probably Ewen), described as of Lochaber, tried at 
Carlisle, found guilty, and executed there on 18th October 1746. 

P. 284. Alexander M'Lauchlan, in LadilL — An Archibald Mac- 
lauchlan, of Fort-William, was tried at Carlisle, and acquitted. 
He was most likely the person here named Alexander, as such 
mistakes are frequent 

P. 284. Angus M' Donald, younger, o/ Gltngarry. — He was colonel 
of the Glengarry men, who distinguished themselves throughout 
the campaign by their bravery. Their young chief was accident- 
ally killed at Falkirk. 

P. 284. Alexander McDonald of Keppoch, — Of an old and ardent 
Jacobite family, involved in the various rebellions since the Revolu- 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 



383 



tion. He and his men did brave service during the entire cam- 
paign^ but at Culloden the clansmen^ wounded in their pride by 
being placed on the left wing, were broken and dispersed by the 
royal troops, when Keppoch, ashamed at their retreat, advanced 
alone to face the foe, and was shot dead. 

P. 284. Donald M'Donald, Tiritidrish. — A captain in Keppoch's 
regiment. Taken prisoner at Falkirk in a singular way. Having 
mounted a spirited horse, which had lost its royalist rider, the 
animal carried its new master right into the lines of the enemy, 
where MacDonald was at once made prisoner. He was brought 
to trial at St. Margaret's on the last of July 1 746, found guilty, 
and executed at Carlisle on 18th October. 



P. 286. 



M' Donald of Kinloch Moidart, — His name was 



Donald. When the rebel army was marching towards England, 
this officer was taken prisoner by Mr. Linning, a minister, at 
Lesmahagow, in Lanarkshire. He was brought to trial at Car- 
lisle, in September 1746, and being found guilty, was executed. 
After Culloden two of his brothers submitted to Major-General 
Campbell ; one of them, Eneas, was formerly a banker at Paris, 
and came over with Charles. He was brought to Edinburgh on 
31st August 1746, and confined in the castle. Soon after he was 
carried to London under charge of two officers, who watched him 
every night by turns. 

Pp. 286-288. — In regard to the Stewarts of Appin and their fol- 
lowers, the subjoined list of their killed and woimded at Culloden 
is taken from a manuscript left by Alexander Stewart, eighth of 
Invernahyle, and printed in The Stewarts of Appin, 1880: — 

A rdsheat s family — 
John Stewart of Benmore 
John, son to Alexander Stewart of Acham 
James, son to ,, „ 

John Stewart 
John Stewart 
William Stewart . 
John Stewart 

Duncan Stewart, uncle to Ardsheal 
Dugald Stewart, standard-bearer 
Alan Mor Stewart 
William Stewart . 



Killed. Wounded. 



1 
1 



1 
1 



Fasnacknch^s family — 
James Stewart, uncle to Fasnacloich 
James Stewart, younger, of Fasnacloich 
John Stewart, son to Fasnacloich 
John, son to Duncan Stewart 



8 






1 
1 
1 

1 



384 



APPENDIX II. 



James Stewart^ from Ardnamurchan 
Alan Stewart, son to Ardnamurchan 



Killed. Wounded. 
1 
1 



Achnacone s family — 
Alexander Stewart, brother to Achnacone 
Duncan Stewart .... 



1 
1 



Invemahyle s family — 
Alexander Stewart, son to 



2 



Ballachelish 



Duncan, Donald^ Dugald, and Alan Stewart, 

nephews to Ballachelish 
John Stewart, from Ardnamurchan 
Charles Stewart, from Bohallie . 
Alexander Stewart, of Invemahyle 
James Stewart, brother to Invernahyle 
Duncan Stewart^ from Inverphalla 
Donald Stewart, from Annat 
Alan Stewart^ died in the East Indies 
Donald Stewart, nephew to Invemahyle 
John Stewart, from Balquhidder 
Duncan Stewart . 
John Stewart 

Stewarts, followers of Appin — 

Duncan Stewart, from Mull 

Duncan, Hugh, and John Stewart, from Glenlyon 

John Stewart — Macalan Vane 

John Stewart, alias Macalan 

Duncan Stewart, alias Macalan . 

Malcolm Stewart 

Dugald Stewart . 

Donald Stewart, natural son to Ballachellan 

Robert Stewart, natural cousin to Appin 



Ardsheal's family 
Fasnacloich's family 
Invernahyle's family 
Achnacone's family 
Stewarts, followers of Appin 

Commoners, followers of Appin- 
M^Colls .... 
Maclarens .. •. ^ 



1 
1 
1 



4 
1 



1 
I 



5 

8 
2 
4 
2 
5 

21 

18 
13 



4 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1 
12 



3 
1 



6 

3 

4 

12 

• • « 

25 

15 
4 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 



385 



Carmichaels 




• 


Killed. Wounded. 
6 2 


M'Combichs 






5 3 


M'lntyres 
M'Innises 






5 5 
4 2 


M'lldeus^ or Blacks 






1 


Mackenzies 






1 3 


M'Corquadales 
M'Uchaders 






1 

1 


Hendersons 






1 1 


M'Rankens 






1 


M'Cormacks (Buchanans) 
Camerons 






5 1 
1 


McDonalds 






1 


M'Lachlans 






SS t • • 


M'Leas, or Livingstones . 
M' Arthurs 






4 1 
1 


Volunteers — George Haldane, nephew to I^anrick 


Ardsheal having married Hald 


ane of I 


^nrick'i 


3 



sister . 



Total of killed and wounded 



90 



65 



Dugald Stewart of Appin was a boy when the Rebellion broke 
out^ so that the clan was led by the Tutor^ Charles Stervart, fifth of 
Ardsheal. They were among the most valiant warriors of the 
Pretender s army. Ardsheal was attainted^ as was Haldane of 
Lanerick, his brother-in-law. The former remained in hiding, in 
a cave upon his own estate^ until^ on 17th September 1746, he 
and four other gentlemen got on board a French vessel^ and 
escaped to the Continent. Shortly after Culloden the estate 
was plundered by the royal troops. Major-General John Camp- 
bell, who commanded in the district, was humane enough to show 
kindness to the wife and children of the fugitive, as appears by a 
letter from him to the lady, dated Appin, 25th May 1746, in 
which he says: 'Madam, — Your misfortune, and the unhappy 
situation Ardsheal has brought you and your innocent children 
into, by being so deeply concerned in this unjust and unnatural 
rebellion, makes my heart ache. I know the King to be com- 
passionate and merciful. I know the brave Duke, under whose 
command and orders I act, to have as much humanity as any man 
on earth ; from which, and my own natural inclination, I have 
taken the liberty of ordering back your milk cows, six wethers, 
and as many lambs ; the men who pretend a right to them shall 
be paid. I have taken the freedom at the same time of ordering 
two bolls of meal, out of my own stores, to be left here for you, 
which I desire you to accept for the use of yourself and little 
ones ; and if what I write can have any weight, I most earnestly 

2b 



886 APPENDIX II. 

entreat you to bring up your children to be good subjects to his 
Majesty. I wish your husband, by surrendering himself to the 
Duke of Cumberland, had given me an opportunity of recom- 
mending him to his Majesty's mercy. I feel for you, and am. 
Madam, your most obedient and humble servant, 

John Campbell. 

It would appear that General Campbell misjudged the hiunanity 
of the Duke, for in December following Ardsheal House was 
sacked, and the lady compelled to flee for refuge to a hut. From 
this also she was driven, the very night after her confinement, to 
seek, with her new-bom infant and five children, another shelter 
from the falling snow. These cruel details are inscribed upon the 
stone erected to her memory in Northampton, where she died in 
1782. 

ROSS DISTRICT. 

P. 330. Alexander M'Kay^ of Achmony, GUnurquhari, — He made 
himself very active in the Jacobite cause in his district, and in- 
duced the people of Glenurquhart to join the Rebellion. After 
Culloden he concealed himself in a cave in Craig-Achmony, and 
so escaped. In 1777 he sold the property to Sir James Grant, 
and died shortly afterwards at Nairn. His wife was Angusia 
M'Donell, daughter of Angus M'Donell, younger of Glengarry, 
who was killed at Falkirk. 



NOTES ON SUPPLEMENTARY LIST. 

( T^se marked with an asterisk are additional names,) 

ABERDEEN DISTRICT. 

P. 298. Alexander Durom, junior, — This name is on page 6 
spelled Decorm, It stands, in all probability, for Durham, a 
frequent surname in the north-east of Scotland. 

P. 298. Balmurle, — The name of the estate of James Farquhar- 
son is Balmurret on page 8, and is now represented by Balmoral, 
the royal residence on Deeside. 

P. 300. Charles Halket, writers servant. — Doubtless the same 
who, on page 10, is erroneously styled a * wright lad.' 

P. 300. Patrick Leggie. — Probably the same as Patrick Logic, 
on page 12. 

OLD MELDRUM DISTRICT. 

P. 302. William Gumming of Pittully, — The blank on page 88 is 
thus filled up. 



NOTES ON SUPPLEMENTARY LIST. 387 

P. 302. John Cruikshanky surgeon, — The full name of the doctor, 
on page 88^ thus appears. 

P. 302. Alexander Forbes, Lord Pitsligo, — The error on page 90 
is here corrected. 

P. 304. Mary Farquharson, Lady TwyierhaU, — We have thus 
the full name of this Amazon^ mentioned only by her title on 
page 98. 

P. 304. Robert Gordon of Logie, — Apparently the father of him 
mentioned on page 90. 

*P. 306. Alexander Smith of Meany, — Does not occur in corre- 
sponding list^ page 96. 

P. 308. James Abercrombie, Desk ford, — May be the same who, 
on page 24, is styled farmer at Skeith. 

*P. 308. John Bronm, Carmoucie, — Does not occur on similar 
list, page 26. 

*P. 308. John Garvock, — There are here two of this name, 
neither of whom seems identical with John Garvich, described on 
page 30. 

*P. 308. John Gordon, — Not plainly identified with any of the 
same name on pages 28 and 30. 

P. 308. Alexander Gall, — Is probably the correct form of 
Alexander Gatt, on page 30. 

*P. 310. John Innes, — Is not clearly identified with the young 
laird named on page 32. 

*P. 310. John Kynnach, William Mover, George Miln, senior, and 
Robert Massie, are additional names. 

*P. 312. John Pirrie, George White, George Gordon, Alexander 
Grant, William Stewart, William Forbes, are additional names. 

*P. 314. Robert Fraser, Robert Kennedy, William Petrie, are 
additional names. 

STIRLING DISTRICT. 

♦P. 316. James Murray, merchant. P. 318. Robert WaU, Robert 

Caddel, Henry Oat, junior, Patrick Ridoch, Donald Mitchell, John 

M'Lachlan, John Squair, Thomas Caddel, senior, Thomas Caddel, 

junior, Duncan Wright, Andrew Watt, William Oatt, Duncan Mitchell, 

Thomas M'Farlane, all additional names. 



388 APPENDIX II. 



MONTROSE DISTRICT. 

P. 320. John Stephen. — Is doubtless the same as John Stiven^ 
page 186. 

P. 320. David Pyot, — May be a connection of Alex. Pyot on 
page 184. 

P. 320. Alex. Grey, merchant apprentice. — May stand for Alexr. 
Greig^ with same designation^ on page l68. 

*P. 320. John Orkney. — Here there are two of this name^ and 
on 184 only one. 

P. 322. Alex. Alexander, — May be a correction for Alexr. Ander- 
son on page 150. 

P. 322. Da. Burners. — Seems to be the correct form of David 
Bmnoss^ on page 154. 

P. 322. John Freeman, — Is evidently the proper reading of John 
Framan on page l64. 

P. 322. Pat. Cushnie. — Seems identical with Peter Cashnie on 
page l60. 

ARGYLE DISTRICT (SOUTH). 

*P. 326. Hector M'Alister, Ja. M'Donald, William M'AUster, 
Adam Fullerton, James Bain Fullarion, and William Miller, are 
additional names. 

PAISLEY DISTRICT (NEWPORT). 
*P. 326. James Stirling. — Not mentioned on page 292. 

P. 326. William Weir. — May be a correction for John Weir, on 
page 292. 

ROSS DISTRICT. 

P. 328. Will. Fraser, junior of Culhocky. — Supplies the blank on 
page 74. 

*P. 328. William Fraser, son to Culmiln, — Probably not the same 
as William Fraser of Culmiln, page 74. 

*P. 328. John, Kenneth, and Colin Grants. — Sons to Patrick Grant 
(not Perler Grant, as on page 74). He had thus four sons in 
the field. 

P. 328. Kenneth M'Kenzie, Hillend. — ^ot Killend, as on page 76. 

*P. 330. Alexander M'Kay, of Achmony. — Already noted on 
page 386. 



NOTES ON SUPPLEMENTARY LIST. 389 

*P. 330. Alexander M'Leod, — Additional name. 

P. 330. Colin and Kenneth M'Kensie, — Brothers to the laird of 
Lentron. First names blank in list on page 76. 

P. 330. Alex. M'Kemie, Milnton of Ord, — More fully described 
at page 76. 

*P. 330. M'Kemie of Ardloch. — Additional name. 

*P. 332. Malcolm Ross, Hugh Smith, Peter Smith. — Not men- 
tioned on pages 80, 82. 

ELGIN DISTRICT. 

P. 334. James Gumming. — May be the same as John Gumming, 
page 102. 

*P. 334, Wm. Grant, wright. — Additional name ; so also is Wm. 
Jack, messenger. 

P. 334. John M'Lenan, vintner. — Probably the same as John 
M'Laren, on page 11 6. 

P. 336. Don. M'Donald of Shian. — Seems the same as Ronald 
McDonald, page 11 6. 

P. 336. Don. M' Donald, brother to Amabee. — Probably the 
same as Ronald McDonald, brother to Amabell, page 116. 

"^P. 336. Don. McDonald, Chelsea man (or pensioner). — Does not 
occur in former list. 

*P. 336. Mai. M'Pherson, son of Phoness. — Additional. 

P. 336. Angus M'Bean, farmer. — Same as Angus M'Bear, on 
page 118. 

*P. 336. George Young. — Not in principal list. 

EDINBURGH DISTRICT. 

*P. 340. Wm. M'Leish, — Additional ; so also is David Murray, 
without designation, unless he is intended for Sir David Murray 
described on page 252. 

P. 342. John Fure. — May be a mistake, or a correction for John 
Tyrie on page 250. 

*P. 342. Tho. Dey and Willison are additional names. 

KIRKCALDY DISTRICT. 
*P. 344. Alex. &/on.— Additional. 



890 APPENDIX III. 

GLASGOW DISTRICT. 
*P. 346. James Finnie and Alexander Graham, — ^Additional. 

DUNFERMLINE DISTRICT. 

P. 348. William Verty, — Seems identical with William Verly, 

page 148. 

DUNDEE DISTRICT. 

P. 351. Thomas Birrell, — Is probably the full form of Thomas 
Bire^ on page 198. 

*P. 351. Alexander Graham. — Additional. 



III. 

ILLUSTRATIVE DOCUMENTS. 

I. 

The following accounts are copied from the originals in the 
Signet Library : — ^ 

Royal Infirmary: Account of the Charge of Subsisting the 
Rebel prisoners. 

Tothe28thof April, 1746, .... £19 1 4 

To the 31st of May, 1746, . . 11 14 8 

To the 30th of June, 1746, . 7 

To the 31st of July, 1746, . . 3 12 8 



£41 8 8 



Paid by Mr. James Finlayson to Mr. Gavin 

Hamilton, Treasurer, . . £22 8 8 

7th August 1746. 
Mr. Gray, 

Pay to Mr. Gavin Hamilton, Treasurer to the Royal Infirmary^ 
the sura of twenty-two pounds, eight shillings, and eightpence, 
remaining unpaid of the subsistence furnished to the Rebel 
prisoners in the Royal Infirmary, to the 31st of July, 1746, inclu- 
sive, and take the said Mr. Hamilton's receipt for the same. 

(Signed) Geo. Frazer. 
To Mr. William Gray, appointed to subsist the 
Rebel prisoners in and about Edinburgh. 

^A collection of Papers, printed and manuscript, including contemporary 
numbers of the Caledonian Mercury and Edinburgh Evenitig Courant, relating 
to the Rebellion in Scotland in the year 1745. 



ILLUSTRATIVE DOCUMENTS. 



391 



State of the Cash Drawn for the l6th of December 1747. 





.9 «<^ 




i 




1 


•| 


1 




in 




9 
u 




a 


•3 
J 


^ 




£ s* d. 


I 


s. 


d. 


;t S. d. 


;t S. d. 


;t s. d. 


Aberdeen Goal to the 30th of 




^^0 












September, 1746, . 


94 II 10 




• • • 




• •• 


I IS 


96 6 10 


^7**= """"""I November, 


22 8 
18 IS 4 


I 


13 

• •• 


4 


080 

• • • 


• •• 

• •• 


24 2 
18 15 4 


Dumfermling Goal for Octo- 
















ber, 


320 




• •• 




• • • 


• •• 


320 


Dumfries Goal f J"'y» , 


428 




• •• 




• •• 


• •• 


428 


forthemonthsH^™^*^» 


3 14 4 




• •• 




• • • 


• •• 


3 14 4 


of 1 September, 


3 10 




• •• 




• •• 


• •• 


3 10 


®' • • lOctober, 


3 12 4 




• •• 




• •• 


• •• 


3 12 4 


^^We^il^W. 


13 12 
9 12 


2 


13 

••• 


4 


080 

• •• 


• • • 

• •• 


16 13 4 
9 12 


-<»«^o^ teu 


10 14 8 
12 6 4 


I 
I 



'3 



4 


• •• 

• • • 


• •• 

• •• 


II 14 8 
13 19 8 


months of November. 


2S 18 


I 


6 


• 

8 


• •• 


• •• 


27 4 8 


2S 12 4 


2 


13 


4 


• • • 


• •• 


28 5 8 


Haddington , * u 
Goal fir the |S;P*t^,^'' 
months of ^ October, 


230 
I 14 




••• 

••• 




• •• 

••• 


• •• 

• •• 


230 
I 14 


fJ^^y* 


36 5 6 




••• 




• •• 


• •• 


36 5 6 
40 16 3 


Stirlmg Castle August, 


29 14 II 


10 


13 


4 


080 


• •• 


for the months- September, 


15 16 10 




• •• 




• •« 


• • • 


18 16 10 


of October, 


19 12 8 


3 








• •• 


• • • 


22 12 8 


\ November, 


19 


2 


13 


4 


• •. 


• • • 


21 13 4 


Stirling Goal for the month 


^ 












*# ^ 


of September, . 


088 




• • • 




• •• 


• •• 


088 


Royal Infir- 1 r\ ^ x, 

niryforthe 2^^°^^ ' I" ^ 
months of 'November,^ 3 9 


I 


• •• 







• • ■ 

• •• 


• •• 

• • • 


3 12 4 
490 


Musselburgh Goal for the 














time ended 31st August, . 


964 




• ■ • 




• •• 


• • • 


964 




39S 7 9 


28 


6 


8 


140 


I IS 


426 13 s 


Surgeons' Fees, Haddington 














Goal, short charged in last 














state, 


• 


• 




• • 


. . 


13 4 


To Mr. Fleming, Printer, per 














his bill and acquittance, . 


• 


• 




• • 


• • 


I I 


Agency for the months of 














October and November, . 


• 


• 




• • 


• • 


15 s 






443 12 9 



£xd. per Geo. Frazer. 



S92 



APPENDIX III. 



1746. 



WILLIAM GRAY, Dr, 



14 July. To Cash from James Finlayson, per Receipt, 
17 Do. To ditto from ditto, per ditto, 
31 Do. To Cash from the Right Honble. the Lord 
Justice Clerk, .... 



£5 
40 

38 




By Balance due to W. Gray, 



£83 
7 8 

£83 7 8 



ILLUSTRATIVE DOCUMENTS. 393 

WILLIAM GRAY, Cr. 
1746. 

By Cash paid to the Rebell prisoners in the 
Castle of Edinburgh from the 1 4th July to 
the 8th August, per particular attestations, £l9 l6 2 
By ditto from the 4th October to the 24th of 

said month, per do., . . . 5 19 

17 July. By Cash paid to James Smith for subsisting 
the rebell prisoners in the Goal of Dum- 
fries to the 31 May, as per Precept of 
Mr. Fraser and receipt of Mr. Smith, . 3 15 
21 Do. By Cash paid David Lyon, prisoner in the 
Canongate, from the 27 May to the 21 
July inclusive, on Mr. Home, solicitor's 
order, and Lyon's receipt in terms of said 
order, . . . . . 18 4 

25 Do. Paid to Mr. Park, surgeon in the Castle of 

Edin'., on Mr. Frazer's precept and Mr. 

Park's receipt, . . . 10 

26 Do. Paid said Mr. Park on Mr. Fraser's order 

and do., . . . . . 14 2 10 

30 Do. Paid the Funeral expenses of William Suther- 
land who dyed in the Canongate Goal, 
per receipt, . . . .080 

1 Aug*. Paid Robert Meldrum^ Jaylor in Dumferm- 

line, for maintaining rebell prisoners to 

the 30th June, per receipt, . . 5 13 

4 Do. Paid to David Maitland, as per receipt of 

the Magistrates of Haddington, for main- 
taining rebell prisoners to the 30 June, 
as per Mr. Frazer's order, 8 12 

5 Do. Paid Mr. Fleeming, printer, per Mr. Frazer's 

precept and Mr. Fleeming's receipt, . 2 10 
7 Do. Paid to Mr. Park, surgeon in Castle of Edin- 
burgh, per Precept of Mr. Frazer and re- 
ceipt, . . . . . .300 

Do. Paid Mr. James Smith for John Donaldson, 
goaler in Dumfries, for maintaining the 
Prisoners in said goal to the 30th June, 
per precept and receipt, . . 3 12 8 

Do. Paid to Robert Meldrum, Jaylor in Dumferm- 
line, for maintaining the Prisoners in said 
Goal to the 31st July, per precept and 
receipt, . . . . . 2 l6 4 

2 Oct. Paid William Chrystie, surgeon, for taking 

care of the rebell prisoners in theCastleand 

goal of Stirling, per precept and receipt,. 2 13 4 

^83 7 8 
Exd. per Geo. Frazer. 



894 



APPENDIX III. 



II. 

List of the Rebell Prisoners in the different places of confinement^ 
shewing when they became indisposed and when they re- 
covered for the months of December and January last, 
and their cures. 



Na 

I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

I 

2 

3 
4 
5 

I 


Men's Name. 


When Become 
Indisposed. 


When Re- 
covered. 


Cures. 


Edinburgh Goal. 

Colin M'Lachlan 
James Stewart . 
Magnus Macavy 
William M*Intosh . 
William Frazer . 
Thomas Ross . 

Canongate Goal. 

Robert Rol)ertsone 
Charles Millar . 
Archd. Lamond 
Alex'. Cattah . 
James Jacksone . 

In sick quarters. 

John Dalmahoy . 


Dec. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J any. 

Dec'. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jan. 

Do. 

Aug^. 


I 
9 

12 

Do. 

28 

15 

i6 
Do. 

26 

13 
Do. 

II 


Dec 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Janry. 

Do. 

Dec'. 

Do. 
Janry. 

Do. 

Do. 

Dec. 


29 

30 
Do. 

29 

27 
30 

29 
Do. 

30 
13 


;t s. d. 

... 6 8 
... 6 8 
... 6 8 
... 6 8 
... 6 8 
... 6 8 

... 6 8 
... 6 8 
... 6 8 
... 6 8 
... 6 8 

6 8 






;f4 



18th February 1746-7. 

Mr. Gray, — I have examined the above account of Recoveries 
of the Rebell Prisoners^ and find that the same agrees to the 
account sworn to by George Cunningham, surgeon, for the 
months of December and January last, amounting to four pounds. 

(Signed) Geo. Fraser. 

To Mr. William Gray, appointed to subsist the 
Rebel prisoners in Edinburgh, &c. 



Edr., 19 Feb. 1747. 

Then received payment of the above four pounds sterling money 
per the hands of the above Mr. William Graye, and discharges the 
same by me. (Signed) Geo. Cunninghams. 



ILLUSTRATIVE DOCUMENl^. 395 



Office for Sick and Wounded Seamen^ 
the 29 January 1746. 

Sir, — Col°. Brown, who is now a Prisoner at Berwick, having 
acquainted us that one Mr. Lafarque^ lieutenant on board his 
Majesty's sloop the Hazard, when she was retaken from the French, 
is now at Inverness with four soldiers and one sailor, who was left 
there dangerously wounded ; and that Mr. Lafarque complains 
they receive but a poimd of oat meal and water a day : We must 
desire you will enquire and let us know what truth there is in 
this, and whether any method can be found out to remove the 
People from thence ; for they ought to be treated as Prisoners of 
War, and subsisted at the rate of 6 pence a man a day. — Your 
most humble servant, (Signed) W. Bell. 

Nath. Hills. 

Cha. Allix. 

R 

Mr. Grey 

at Edinburgh. 



Office for Sick and Wounded Seamen, 

26 Feby. 1746. 

Sir, — We have received your letter of the 21st instant, and the 
several accounts mentioned in the schedule which came enclosed, 
your Bill for £302, 4s. for the amount whereof shall be duely 
paid. 

We approve your conduct with respect to the Prisoners at 
Inverness ; as likewise in regard to what passed between the 
Earl of Albemarle and yourself concerning his demand of £172, 
9s. 6d. : and it may be well for you to let his Excellency know it 
is not in our power to satisfy that Demand without special order. 

What you have said about an allowance for the Gaolers of the 
Prisons where the Rebel Prisoners were confined in Scotland shall 
be considered, and you shall then have our thoughts about it. — 
We are. Sir, your very humble servants, W. Bell. 

Cha. Allix. 

R 

Mr. Gray, 

Edinburgh. 



896 



APPENDIX m. 



State of the Cash drawn for the 14th April 1747. 



Aberdeen for the month of 

February, 
Do. for March 1747, . 
Canongate S Feb. 1746/7, . 

Goal for "{ March 1747, . 

J I St account to 
31 Jany. 1746/7 
Castle for j Feb. 1746/7, 
V March 1747, 
/Castle for Feb 

1746/7, 
Goal for Do. 

Royal Infirmary 

Do. . 

Castle for March 



Eldinburgh 



1747, . 
Goal, Do. 

Royal Infirmary 

Do. . 

i February 
1746/7, 
March 1747, 
Glasgow, February 1746/7, 
Irvine, from 30ih Novr 
1746 to 28lh February 
1746/7, . 
Kinghorn, from 31st July to 
nth March, . 

Sep. 1746, 
Oct. Do. 
November, 
Musleburgh-^ December, 
January, 

^ 746/7, 
February Do 

Stirling (February 1746/7, 

Castle (March 1747, 



For Agency for Feby. and 
March, .... 

Odd pence in last state not 
drawn for, 

JV.B. — The five pence not 
drawn for. 



Subsistence. 



£ S. d. 

14 O O 

17 o o 

16 7 4 

10 12 8 

49 19 9 

4 13 4 

4 15 4 



3 10 
22 8 



o 
o 



2 16 o 



5 I 
22 13 



8 
4 



I II o 



I 8 

I 10 

10 16 



o 
o 
o 



I 9 8 

340 

I 10 o 

I II o 

I 10 o 

I II o 

I II o 

I 8 o 

14 6 8 

8 16 8 



226 o 5 



Cures. 



£ s. d. 

• •• 

• • • 

I 6 8 
o 13 4 



Funerals. 



Contin- 
gencies. 



o 13 4 
4 13 4 



1 6 8 

2 13 4 

100 
068 



£ s. d. 



058 



£s, d, 
3 15 o 



127 



12 13 4 I o 5 8 



4 17 7 



Total. 



;f S. d. 

17 15 O 

17 o o 

17 14 o 

II 6 o 

51 8 o 

4 13 4 

4 15 4 

4 3 4 

27 I 4 

2 16 o 

684 

25 6 8 

2 II o 

I 14 8 

I 10 o 

10 16 o 



I 9 8 

340 

I 10 o 

I II o 

I 10 o 

I II o 

I II o 

I 8 o 

14 6 8 

8 16 8 



243 17 o 

14 15 o 

005 



258 12 5 



£xd. per George Frazer. 



ILLUSTRATIVE DOCUMENTS. 397 

Inverness, 21st February lli6/7. 

Sir, — I am favoured with your letter of the 10th Instant, and if 
any of the Prisoners have not been paid sixpence per roan a day, 
or have not had a larger allowance than a pound of oat meal per 
man a day, it has been for want of proper application to my com- 
manding officer, for I never refused giving the officers what money 
they desired to have. 

Mr. Dundas's Deputy is the Person that has supplied all the 
prisoners here with a pound of oatmeal per man a day, the magis- 
trates having refused to do it. 

I have paid to the French and Spanish officers, prisoners 
here, £172, 9s. 6d., and the vouchers are lodged with the 
Earl of Albemarle's secretary. Yesterday I paid to Lieutenant 
Lafarque £9^ 8s. to subsist himself and six men, and to Lieutenant 
Morgan M'Mahon of Ultona's Regiment £3, 3s. They are all to 
set out next Monday for Edinburgh. These two Lieutenants and 
six men are all the prisoners that are here belonging to the 
French and Spanish service ; but there are many Rebel Prisoners 
of whom the Deputy Sheriff has given an account to my Lord 
Justice Clerk. 

My Paymaster, who is now at Forres, has given these officers 
more money than is mentioned here, of which I will give you an 
account in my next letter. — I am. Sir, your most obedient humble 
servant, (Signed) Will. Blakenev. 

To Mr. William Gray, 

Writer in Edinburgh. 

Inverness, 28th February 1746/7. 
Sir, — Underneath is an account of the money paid by my Pay- 
master to Lieutenant Lafarque, and to J. Baptist Dubois of Fitz 
James's Horse in Capt. Cook's Company, amounting to seven 
pounds one shilling sterling, which is not included in the last 
account I sent you. — I am, etc.. Will. Blakenev. 

Feb. 6th, 1746/7. — To cash paid to Curon Lafarque, £5 5 
To subsistence paid to J. Baptist Dubois as per receipt, 116 

To Mr. William Gray, etc ^^ ^ ^ 

Edinburgh, 10th December 1747. 
Mr. William Gray. £207 3 0. 

Please pay to James Sibbald Keeper of the Goal of Perth the 
sum of £207> 3/ sterling, as subsistance furnished to the Rebel 
prisoners in that Goal from the 6th February 1745/6 to August 
1747 both inclusive, which you will pay to the said James Sibbald, 
and take his receipt for the same upon any of the magistrates and 
town clerk testing his subscription. (Signed) Geo. Frazer. 

To Mr. William Gray, etc. 

{Receipt is endorsed.) 



398 APPENDIX III. 

On 3d November 1749, the gentlemen of the 'Office for the 
Sick and Hurt Seamen/ intimate to Messrs. Frazer and Gray 
that it was ' thought proper to suppress the present expense of 
Agency for Rebel prisoners/ and that their allowance of half a 
crown a day should cease on the 10th of that month. 

On 23d November 1749, the same gentlemen acknowledge 
receipt of letters from Mr. Gray, and add, ' As there is a gentle- 
man Goaler in the Tower of London, it was very easy for us to 
conceive there might be a like officer in the castle of Edinburgh ; 
but as there is not, and you are willing to carry on the payment 
of subsistence to the Rebel prisoners in that place, we should be 
glad to make you an allowance for it of twenty shillings per 
quarter. We are sorry for the decrease of your other business, 
but, however, hope that will revive again as people come to cool 
thinking.' 

A scroll of Mr. Gray's letter thus answered contains reference 
to accounts, and mentions that the Lord Justice-Clerk had com- 
municated the letter intimating the intended suppression of the 
agency. Mr. Gray then refers to the Commissioner's order to 
pay the prisoners by the Goaler, and informs them that ' there is 
no goaler, but a centinel every two hours' ; and adds that the 
prisoners should not be neglected by him (Mr. Gray) though he 
should receive nothing for his trouble. He concludes by a refer- 
ence to the decrease of his business since he was employed in the 
public service during the rebellion and at Carlisle, which, he adds, 
' is well known, and I hope is not unknown to your Honours.' 

On the 8th August 1750, the Commissioners write to Mr. Gray, 
acknowledging receipt of two letters and two ' states/ which, they 
remind him, should have been * attended with the usual receipts,' 
or ' at least the accustomed affidavit to the truth of the payments,' 
and requiring these by return of post ; desiring him also to explain 
'the article of John Graham, for whom there seems to be no 
charge in the first ten days of November ; nor does it appear at 
what rate per diem he was subsisted between the 1st of December 
1749 and the 30th of June following.' 

On 31st July 1752, Messrs. Bell and Hills again write as 
follows: 'Sir, — We have just now received your letter of the 
25th instant, with an account annext of what was due to you for 
subsistance of Mr. Graham of Kilmardine, and for agency to the 
time therein mentioned, together with two pence short drawn 
upon last occasion, amounting in the whole to ^8, 2s. 2d., and 
acquainting us with your having drawn upon this office for so 
much, which shall be duly paid. But we desire you to let us 



ILLUSTRATIVE DOCUMENTS. 399 

know^ by the return of the post, whether Mr. Graham be not at 
Glasgow, whether there be at present any more Rebel prisoners 
in custody, and where, if this be ; and the reasons, if there be 
any, why your allowance of agency should be still continued.' 

On 28th August 1752, they again write : ^ We have received 
your letter of the 20th instant, and in answer thereto it may be 
sufficient to say, that as now only Mr. Graham remains a prisoner 
of state under your care, it is thought proper to reduce your 
agency to twenty shillings the year for him ; but if you can give 
any good reason why it should be more, and let us know it, it 
shall be candidly considered by your very humble servants,' etc. 

The correspondence between the Commissioners of the ' Office 
for Sick and Hurt Seaman ' and Mr. William Gray concludes, so 
far as this collection shows, with the following letter, dated 6th 
October 1752 : ^Sir, — We have received your letter of the SOth 
September relating to your agency for the Rebel prisoners. This 
Board has really conceived a good opinion of you, and should be 
very glad it were reasonable for them to make you a greater 
allowance than was mentioned to you in their last, for your care 
of Mr. Graham. — We are, your very humble servants, W. Bell, 
Nath. Hills.' 



The following receipts are in the same collection : — 

*Edr. Castle, 15th Janry. 1751. — Received by me, Thomas 
Ogilvy of East Mill, from William Gray, writer in Edinburgh, one 
pound sterling money, as twenty days subsistance allowed me by 
the Government as a prisoner, at the rate of one shilling sterling 
per day, and that from the 3 1st ultimo to and for the nineteenth 
curt, both first and last days included. 

(Signed) Tho. Ogilvy.' 

On 8th February Mr. Ogilvy grants a receipt in similar terms 
for the same alimentary allowance between 20th Janry. and 10 
Febry. And similar receipts for twenty or twent -one days' sub- 
sistence each are granted onwards till 7th May 1751, when receipt 
is given for the previous twenty-five days. And on 12th July 
1751, Mr. James Smyth, clerk to the Signet, grants receipt on 
behalf of the said Mr. Ogilvy to ' William Gray of Newholm, 
wiyter in Edinburgh,' for fourteen shillings, as allowed for sub- 
sistence of the prisoner from 8th to 21st May last, ^and eight 
shillings sterling for a coffin to the said Thomas Ogilvy, I say 
received by me as depurser of the expence of his funeralls. 

(Signed) Ja. Smyth/ 



400 APPENDIX III. 

III. 

The charges of outrage and cruelty against both parties in the 
campaign of 1745-6 have since then been matter of controversy; 
and the following notes, copied verbatim, by kind permission of 
Mr. Erskine of Cardross, from a Manuscript in his possession, con- 
tributes somewhat as to the state of the question at the time. 
The paper is described on the back by this title : ' Facts that 
ingross the present conversation : May 1 746 ' ; and is headed 
thus : ' Facts reported ; some true.' The facts follow : — 

^ Lady Gask, after a protection and allowance to lift tenants 
rests [arrears], brought to her house 150 bolls meal, quhich she 
sent to Lord George Murray at Blair Athol. 

' Kingston had 700 £ st. taken from him. The church of St. 
Ninians blown up of design. 

' Lord Cromarty burnt a mans legs for not discovering money or 
arms. 

' Lord Elcho threatened to hang Mr. Maitland, and proposed to 
maim the officers prisoners. 

' All the Carse country rifled and nothing paid for about Falkirk. 

' Lord Menzies house plundered. 

' Money exacted arbitrarily, without regard to valuation : and 
heavy quarterings and pillaging quhen refused to be paid. 

' Shops rifled by the rebels in England. 

' My Lord Finlater's house plundered, and My Lord Elchies's, 
and severall other gentlemen's houses in that country. 

' The rebels took not only hay and straw, but meal and all pro- 
visions in the north country, without payment : and wherever a 
gentlemen submitted voluntarily to the government they forced 
him to pay double. 

'They imposed cess and levied it long before it fell due in 
Perthshire. 

' Quaker Erskine' s house plundered by the rebels. 

' Sir Robert Munro barbarously murdered with his brother, and 
severall officers murdered after quarter given. 

' No sogers wound drest after the battle of Preston for 2 days. 

' The rebels ignominiously whipt a minister for favouring the 
escape of some of Lord Loudon's men. 

' D. Douglas* house rifled, and money forced from him. 

* Where they were cantond in towns, they lived on free quarter. 

' Immense numbers of horses and quantities of hay, com, &c.' 

[What follows is written as per contra in column right opposite 
the foregoing.] 

' The ministers at Edinburgh left their charges. 
' The King's troops quartered within Edinburgh. 



ILLUSTRATIVE DOCUMENTS. 401 

* A particular set of persons assumed the government of the 
town : they ordered all who wanted back their blankets to give up 
their names. 

* The publisher of the Mercurif restrained his liberty ; and no 
accounts but the Government's to be published. 

* ShirrefT-Substitute of Haddington ordered horses to transport 
Blyth's regiment^ etc.^ under pain of 10 £ Scots : and hay to be 
furnished by the gentlemen for bedding to the foot as they should 
be answerable without bargaining with any officer. 

' Messrs. Clerk^ Drummond, etc.^ piniond when going from 
Stirling^ by order of Hawley. 

' Mrs. Mathison's house plundered^ and the Ds. of Perth's in 
Canongate ; Cask's, Cunochies, Strathalans, Sir H. Stirling's, Lady 
Banrowfield's, Mrs. Gordon's, etc. 

* D. once resolved to plunder Montrose. 

' Meeting-houses gutted, and prayer-books burnt. 
' People not belonging to the military hanged as spies, without 
tryal. 

* Orders given to ministers to read declarations in the pulpits ; 
and to inform the Government of the dissaffected persons in their 
paroches. 

' Officers who were under parole liberated. 

* Officers incouragd and prompted the breaking windows at the 
Duke's coming to Edinburgh. 

'Orders to pillage eight miles round Blair. Above 100 
M'Intoshes killed in cold blood without proof. 

* Glenesk, Cameron's country, etc. burnt, and innocent persons 
put to starve after the danger was over. 

'Haliburton of Dryburghs house plundered by order of an officer. 
Sir Robert Morton and Lord Dundonald shot at, with a servant 
killed, no inquiry ; and thanks given by the ministers to guest. 

'Free quarters on Jo. Mar; Wright, baxter; and , 

butcher, in Haddington, plundered. 

* Free quarters at Longformacus. 

' Highlanders plaids stole by country people at Preston. 

* The orders to carry the water from the town. 
' Sending of the Glenmoristons. 

'The Highlanders everywhere killed after Culloden : above 100 
not resisting shot next day in a wood hard by ; 1 8 or 20 wounded 
taken out of a bam or church, and shot at as marks. 

' Disclamation in doubtful cases. 

' Unnatural, perverse, wilful, wicked. 

* Carlisle prisoner to be tryed. 
' I had no honour. 

' Hobby : — owned to me the killing of 40 wounded — Lock- 
hart, with the man and wife and two sons. It : offerd to force one 

after burning : but was hindered by . Car. Scot hangd up 3 

brought into him by Maxwell.' 

2c 



40« APPENDIX in. 

In connection with the reference in the preceding paper to the 
ministers of Edinburgh deserting their charges^ it may be of inter- 
est to note thatj on 29th August 1745, the Presbjrtery of Edin- 
burgh enacted that the 5th of September should be observed ' as 
a day of solemn fasting, humiliation, and prayer, within the bounds 
of this Presbytery.' They assign as the public grounds for such 
observance ' the dangerous and expensive war,' then carried on 
against ' powerful and united enemies ' abroad, and the mark of 
the divine displeasure in permitting ' a popish and malignant party, 
with the Pretender's son at their head, to disturb the peace of our 
native country, by a wicked and rebellious insurrection at home.' 
On 30th September following the Mercury reports : — 
' There was no sermon yesterday in any church of this city, 
though the Bells invited the people thither as usual ; only Messrs. 
Macvicar and Pitcaim preached in the West Kirk parish, and 
prayed for King George.' In the same journal of 2d October the 
first article is an ' Advice to the Reverend ministers of Edinburgh ' 
strongly reflecting upon their cowardly desertion of their flocks, 
and exhorting them to return to their duty, assuring them that 
they might even pray for King George without incurring any 
risk of persecution from Prince Charles, ^who seems to wear 
religion pretty easy, and to be no Bigot.' 



INDEX 



INDEX 



Abbot, James, 150. 
Aberchallader, 357. 
Abercrombie, James, Skeith, 24. 

Deskford, 308, 387. 

Aberdeen, Anne, 363. 

Helen, ^63. 

James, fe, 363. 

'. Margaret, 363. 

Rachel, 363. 

— ^ William, 363. 

district, xvi, 2, 298, 386. 

gaol, 391. 

Aberdour, James, 2. 
Abemethie, Alexander, 24. 
George, BanfT, 24, 369. 

194. 

John, Strathbogie, 24. 

Tyrie, 86. 

Abo]rn, Earl of, 11. 
Aboyne, 373. 

Achmeden, Laird of, 89, 91, 95. 
Adam, Tames, 2. 

John, 150. 

Robert, 317. 

Adamson, David, 196. 

James, Drum, 2, 301. 

— Kingoldrum, 196. 

John, 152. 

WUliam, 2. 

Aiken, Alexander, 301. 
Aikenhead, John, Brechin, 15a 

of Jaw, 264, 

Aikman, John, 244, 251. 
Aitken, William, 244, 26a 
Aiton, Andrew, 62, 63. 

fames, 150. 

John, 150. 

William, 62. 

Albemarle, Earl of, 395, 397. 
Aldie, David, 196. 
Alexander, Alexander, 388. 
— Cosmos, 2, 363. 

George, 2, 298. 

James, 196, 313. 

J2^°> 2, 363. 

Thomas, 196. 

Alison, Mr., of Newhall, 215, 225, 233. 

Marjory, 353. 

Allan, James, 2, 244, 313. 



Allan, John, 24, 146, 194, 196. 

Robert, 2, 152. 

Allanoch, John, loo. 

Allardice, James, 152. 

Allen, Charles, 244. 

Allix, Charles, 395. 

Alloa, 377. 

Anandale, John, 244. 

Ancnim, James, 264, 381. 

Anderson, Alexander, 24, 1 50, 308. 

Charles, 86, 152. 

David, 152, 196, 206. 

George, 132, 139, 353. 

James, 2, 24, 150, 196. 

John, 24, 132, 150, 196. 

Laurance, 196. 

Robert, 54, 132, 318. 

Thomas, 72, 196, 353. 

William, 100, 15a 

Andrew, James, 150. 

John, 198, 313. 

Angus, district of, 374. 

Robert, 132. 

William, 86. 

Earl of, 364. 

Anson, Commodore, 21. 
Anton, Alexander, 198. 
Arbuthnot, Robert, 307. 

Thomas, 86, 306, 307. 

Lord, 190. 

Archer, David, 198. 

William, 150. 

Archibald, Alexander, 317. 
Argyll, district of, xiv, 282, 360, 382, 
388. 

Duke of, 375. 

Amot, John, 353. 
Arrat, John, 196. 
Arsil, David, 152. 
Arthur, James, 303. 
Athole, Duke o^ 358, 371. 
Attila, xii. 

Auchenleck, Andrew, 62. 
Auchinleck, David, 198. 
Auld, William. 2. 
Ayr district, xvi, 293. 

Baad, John, 317. 
William, 54, 316. 



4f06 



INDEX. 



Bagrie, William, 86. 
Baillie, Charles, 200. 
Bain, Donald, 244. 

— Tames, 388. 

— John, 100. 
—•Thomas, 100. 
— . William, 244. 

Baird, William, 4, 26, 156, 264, 320. 
Balfour, Alexander, 260. 

• Henry, 62. 

^— John, 42. 

Robert, 319. 

William, 26a 

Ballingal, James, 200. 
Balmerino, Lord, x, xiv, 377. 
Balmoral, estate of, 364, 386. 
Banff, district, xvi, 24, 308. 
Banks, Alexander, 246. 
Bannatyne, Christopher, 373. 
Bannerman, Sir Alexander, of Elsick, 

John, 42. 

Barclay, Alexander, 62. 

David, 154. 

George, 200. 

James, 154. 

John, 24. 

— Lewis, 367. 

• Peter, of Johnstone, 154. 

Robert, 4, 154. 

Bamet, William, 200. 
Barnie, John, 62. 
Barrowneld, Lady, 401. 
Barry, James, 200. 

John, 200. 

Baxter, David, 198. 

Robert, 4. 

Bayne, Tames, 42, 72. 

John, 84, 244. 

Bean, William, 200. 
Beatt, David, 246. 
Beattie, Andrew, 156, 320. 

Patrick, 320. 

Peter, 156. 

Beaufort, Duke of, xii . 
Beg, James, 198. 
Begg, Alexander, 24. 
Bell, Francis, 154. 

Peter, 274. 

Robert, 353. 

W., 395, 399. 

William, 200. 

Belleisle, v. 

Bennet, David, 154. 

— — Robert, 24. 

Berrie, John, xv, 132. 

Berwick, 395. 

Bettie, Alexander, 86, 305. 

Andrew, 307. 

Betty, Robert, 152. 



Bibemy, Patrick, 198. 
Bicky, Tames, 26, 3^. 
Binnacnie, John, 100. 
Binny, Alexander, 20a 
Bire, Thomas, 198. 
Birrell, Thomas, 39a 
Birse, William, 4. 
Bisset, George, 156. 

fames, 4. 

Robert, 246. 

Black, Andrew, 198. 

David, 200. 

John, 353. 

Thomas, 132. 

Blackie, Charles, 29a 

Blair, Thomas, of Glassclone, 198. 

William, 200. 

Blakeney, William, 397. 

Blaw, Charles, of Castlehill, 146, 378. 

Blyth, John, 198. 

Blyth's Regiment, 401. 

Bobemo, John, 20a 

Bocik, James, 62. 

Boswald, Thomas, 244. 

Boswell, David, 260. 

Bouglass, Alexander, 132. 

Bovey, Allan, 198. 

Bow, Alexander, 319. 

Bowar, Alexander, of Meathie, 200. 

Bowdler, Amy, 365. 

Mr. Thomas, 365. 

Bower, Bartholomew, xvii, 132. 

Meathie, 203, 

Bowie, Tames, 24, 100. 

John, 42, 244. 

Bowman, James, 24, 86, 152, 314. 
Boyd, Mr. Charles, 264. 

George, 264, 381. 

Brady, John, 37a 
Brand, James, 244. 

Robert, 4. 

William, 152. 

Break, John, 244. 
Brebermackinteer, Angus, 100. 
Brechin, Alexander, 152. 

George, 152. 

James, 152. 

William, 305. 

Bredy, John, 4. 
Brember, James, 313. 

George, 26, 308. 

Bremner, Andrew, 156. 

George, 24. 

John, 100. 

Robert, 24, 1 56. 

William, 156. 

Bresdie, Robert, 42, 370. 
Bridgefoord, Magnus, 4. 
Bristol Riots, vii. 
Brodie, David, 134. 



INDEX. 



407 



Brodie, James, 309. 

Simon, 72. 

Walter, 134. 

—^William, 244. 
Brounhills, Thomas, 200. 
Brown, Andrew, 134, 135. 

Colonel, 39S. 

David, 62, 198, 200. 

Gavin, of Bishoptown, 142. 

George, 353. 

James, 100, 106, 112, 1 18, 120, 

13O1 198, 200. 

John, 100, 154, 198, 246, 308, 



353. 387. 

— Major, 145. 

William, 26, 132. 



Bruce, Andrew, 20a 

■ Leith, 246. 

David, 152. 

George, 152. 

Mr. Henry, of Clackmanan, 146, 

Mr. James, 146, 152. 

John, 152. 

Robert, 86. 

Thomas, 72. 

William, 315. 

Bryan, John, 156. 
Brymer, Alexander, 246. 

Robert, 246. 

Bucdeuch, Duke of, 281 . 
Buchan, David, 154. 
George, 8(5. 

' James, 86, 317. 

John, 86, 156. 

Buchanan, Alexander, 54, 357, 359, 

372. 

John, 42, 54. 

Patrick, 54. 

Robert, J4. 

Buckard, Patrick, 198, 244. 
Buock, William, 156. 
Bumess (Bumoss), David, 154, 388. 
Burnet, John, Campfield, 4, 298, 366. 

William, 2. 

Burt, Perth, 42. 

Butdier, David, I9i8. 

Bygowan, George, 24. 

Byers, Peter, of Tonley, 4, 298, 363, 

368. 
Byres, Isabel, 365, 368. 
Robert, 364. 

Cable, David, 202. 
Caddel, Thomas, 318, 387. 

Robert, 318, 387. 

Caird, James, 158. 
Caimcross, Thomas, 202. 
Cairns, James, 134. 

John, 246. 

Caithness district, xvi, 270, 324. 



Calbreath, James, 54. 
Calder, John, 4, 72. 

Robert, 6. 

Calinoch, John, 202, 378. 
Callander, James, 146. 
Callendar, Earl of, 381. 
Callender, Edward, 246. 
Cameron, Alexander, 102, 282. 

Allan, of Callart, 282, 381. 

of Lundarva, 282. 

Angus, 282. 

Daniel, 146. 

Donald, 72, 282. 

Duncan, 282. 

More, 282. 



Evan, 102, 282. 

— ^ More, 282. 

— — of Callart, 282, 382. 

of Inverlochy, 282. 

John, 72, 102, 282. 

Malcom, 282. 

Robert, 102. 

of Lochiel, 246, 282, 382. 

Camerons, 359, 376, 385. 
Campbell, Alexander, 72, 319. 

Angus, 26, 314. 

Archibald, 313. 

David, 156. 

Donald, 102, 319. 

Duncan, 42. 

Eneas, 303, 305. 

Hector, 270. 

John, 42, 102. 

Major-General, 383, 385. 

Mungo, Creiff, 42. 

William, 200. 

of Glenlyon, 42. 

Campbells, 39, 359. 
Campbelltown district, xvi, 290. 
Cando, John, 20a 
Candow, John, 202. 
Canongate, 401. 

gaol, 391, 393. 

Cantlo, George, 305, 307. 

Cargil, John, 160, 204. 

Carlisle, xii, 373, 378, 383, 398, 401. 

Carmichael, David, Balmedie, 42, 37a 

Donald, 282. 

John, 42, 282. 

Sir John de, 370. 

John, of Baiglie, 370. 

Malcom, 282. 

Robert, 370. 

Carmichaels, 384. 
Camegy, Charles, 156, 32a 

GeoT^c, 156, 320. 

Mr., junior, of Bonny Moon, 168. 

'James, of Findaury, 158. 

— of Balmachy, 202. 

Robert, 158. 



408 



INDEX. 



Carre, Thomas, 204. 
Carruthers, William, 142. 
Cashie, Alexander, 160. 
Cashnie, Peter, 160, 388. 
Cassie, Andrew, S4, 376. 
Catenoch, Alexander, 156. 
Catineaugh, John, 204, 378. 
Cathrae, Isobel, 215. 
Catto, George, 305, 307. 
Cato, Tames, 88. 
Caw, Lodovick, 42. 
Chadwick, Thomas, xiv. 
Chalmers, Alexander, 313. 

of Balnacraig, 366. 

Andrew, 204. 

Elizabeth, 303. 

George, 4. 

James, 95. 
ohn, 88, 158. 

Mrs., 303. 

Thomas, 204. 

William, 88, 158, 302. 

Chape, Matthew, 42. 
Chaplain, James, 202. 
Chapman, John, 26. 
Charles I., King, ix. 
Chein, George, 88, 302. 
Chevas, John, 305, 307. 
Chisholm, John, 72. 
^— Roderick, 72, 374. 
Chives, John, 88. 
Christy, John, 319. 

Patrick, 26. 

William, 88, 302, 319, 393. 

Chrystie, Alexander, 64, 202. 

Peter, 204. 

Clanranald, Chief of, xiii. 
Clapperton, Thomas, 26. 
Clark, Alexander, 26, 202, 204. 

Andrew, 6, 301. 

Charles, 202. 

David, 202. 

Henry, 246, 379. 

iames, 202. 
ohn, 44, 100, 204, 317. 

Thomas, 1 56. 

William, 88. 

Claverhouse, ix. 
Cleland, George, 64. 

Robert, 64. 

Clerk, Mr., 401. 
Clifton, 369, 377. 
Cochran, David, 202. 

William, 200. 

of Ferguslie, 292. 

Collie, William, 160. 
Collison, James, 160. 
Colquhoune, Charles, 246. 
Colvile, Dr. George, 204. 
Comrie, Duncan, 44. 



Comry, William, 146. 
Congleton, John, 246. 
Constable, John, 204. 
Cook, James, 301. 

Captain, 397. 

John, 202. 

Cooper, Andrew, 246. 

Robert, 160. 

Cope, General, xi, xii, 29, 357. 
Copens, David, 202. 
Corbet, Henry, 317. 
Cormack, John, 26. 
Comall, ^drew, xvii, 202. 
Corser, Archibald, 134. 
Cosky, John, 158. 
Coupar, James, 158. 

David, 353. 

William, 353. 

Coutts, Alexander, 246. 

David, 4. 

James, 4, 

John, 6. 

Peter, 4. 

William, 6, 102. 

Covenant, The, ix. 
Cow, George, 309, 313. 
Cowan, James, of Powside, 317. 
Cowie, Alexander, 26. 

David, 158. 

Margaret, 309, 313. 

Cowper, Ashley, xiv. 
Cowtie, David, 202. 
Craich, Francis, 146. 
Craig, Alexander, 88, 302. 

George, 6. 

Craik, David, 202. 

John, 202. 

Craw, Mr. Andrew, 246. 

Crawford, Elizabeth, (or RoUand,) 64, 

353. 
Crawfurd, Henry, xvii, 62. 

CreifF, 372. 

Crichton, James, xvii, 26, 158, 197, 

308, 312. 
Crighton, Alexander, 158, 202, 204. 

John, 202, 204. 

Robert, 131, 135. 

Thomas, 158, 202, 204, 206. 

Cristal, David, 4. 

John, 4. 

Crockat, James, 202. 

William, 204. 

Crole, David, 156. 

Cromartie, Earl of, ?civ, 73, 75, 77, 

79» 83, 263, 400. 
Crombie, Patrick, 134. 
Crook, Alexander, 204. 
Crookshanks, Charles, 134. 
Crow, James, 202. 
Cruden, William, 307. 



INDEX. 



409 



Cniickshank, Hector, 102. 
James, 88. 

{ohn, 102, 302. 
ohn, surgeon, 88, 387. 

Robert, 102, 158. 

WUliam, 158. 

CuUoden, yiii, xvii, 371-386, 40a 
Ciunberland, Duke of, xviii, 183, 291, 

365. 374, 377, 385- 
county of, xiv. 

Cuming, Alexander, 44, 88, 302, 307. 

Charles, of Kininmont, 88, 302. 

Christian, 37a 

Cumming, David, 4, 206. 

James, 389. 

John, 102. 

Lachlan, 102. 

WiUiara, of PitluUy, 88, 302, 386. 

Cuningham, Mrs. Janet, 373. 

Cunison, Jclin, 290. 

Cunnin^hame, George, 394. 

Cunochie, Laird of, 401. 

Cuthbert, Archibald, 204. 

Cuthberth, Robert, 100. 

Dalgairns, Alexander, 208. 
Dalgamo, Ann, 363. 

John, 303, 30s, 307. 

Dalglish, James, 206. 
Dalgrean, John, 88. 
Dalkeith, 141, 247, 358, 377. 
Dallas, Alexander, 104, 124, 126. 
Dallass, James, Cantra, 102. 
Dalmahoy, Alexander, 264, 265. 
Davert, David, 264. 
Davidson, Alexander, 246, 309, 313. 

— Christopher, 317. 

George, 102. 

Gilbert, 305. 

Hendry, 134. 

James, Myreside, 64, 102, 301. 

John, 102, 162. 

Patrick, 301. 

Peter, 6. 

Robert, 317. 

Roderick, 315. 

Thomas, 280, 309, 311, 313. 

William, 26, 206, 308. 

Davie, John, 206. 

Paw, , widow, 353. 

Dawson, James, 26. 

John, 353. 

Day, Alexander, 313. 
Deakers, George, 160, 320. 
Deans, Andrew, 6. 

— James, 160. 
Dear, William, 162. 
Deary, Andrew, 160. 

James, 160. 

Dease, James, 162. 



Decorm (Durom), Alexander, 6, 298, 

386. 
Denhame, John, 134. 
Dennies, David, 160. 
Denothy, John, 264. 
Derby, vii, xii, xiii. 
Derg, Angus, 102. 
Dettingen, 279. 
Deuar, John, 64. 
Deughars, John, 208. 
Dewar, John, 63. 
Dey, Thomas, 342, 389. 
Dick, John, 134, 317- 

William, 206. 

Ditch, Alexander, 88. 

Doctor, Peter, 208. 

Dodds, James, 134. 

Dogood, Peter, of Auchenhove, 6, 

298, 364. 367. 
Doig, John, 206. 

Don, Allan, 54. 
Donald, John, 206. 
Donaldson, James, 26. 

Mr. James, 31, 309. 

John, 393. 

Thomas, 134. 

•— ^ William, 264. 
Dorwood, David, 160. 

John, 160. 

Dott, Mary, 353. 
Dougal, Andrew, 206. 

James, 206. 

Douglas, Alexander, 6. 

Duke of, 400. 

Erskine, 142. 

Francis, 142. 

John, 6. 

of Fechel, 88, 302. 

Sir John, of Hillhead, 143. 

Robert, 64, 208. 

Samuel, 102. 

William, 162. 

Douny, Alexander, 206. 

Ebenezer, 206. 

Dow, John, 206. 

William, 44. 

Downie, John, 6. 

Castle, 374. 

Drummond, Gavin, 44. 

George, 44. 

Gilbert, 206. 

lames, 44. 

John, Perth, 44, 54, 37». 

Lord, 27, 43, 147. 

of Logie Almond, 206. 

Mr., 401. 

Peter, 44. 

Robert, 246. 

Walter, 246. 

William, 44. 



410 



INDEX. 



Dnimmoiids, 359. 
Drysdale, Tames, 44. 
Dublin, 301. 
Dubois, J. B., 397. 
Duddiugston, 358. 
Duff, Alexander, 206. 

— James, 6, 298. 

John, 26, 314. 

Robert, 274. 

Patrick, 37. 

William, of G>rsindae, 366. 

Dttfis, 359. 

Doffus, Alexander, 26, 315. 

Duguid, Peter, 88. 

Robert, of Auchinhove, 364. 

Dumbarton Castle, 277. 
Dumfries district, 142, 361, 378. 

gaol, 391, 393. 

Dunbar, Archibald, 104, 126, 130. 

Sir William, Dum, 26, 314. 

Dunblane, 209, 368. 
Duncan, Alexander, 160. 

Charles, 206. 

George, 26. 

Tames, 26, 64, 160, 161, 206, 

308. 

John, 160, 162, 206, 313. 

Peter, 206. 

Robert, 162. 

— Thomas, 6. 

William, 162. 

Dundas, Mr., 397. 

Dundee district, xvi, 196, 351, 378, 

390. 
Dundonald, Lord, 401. 

Dunfermline district, xvi, 146, 348, 

361,378, 390; gaol, 391, 393. 
Dunn, James, 6. 
Duns district, xvi, 294, 326, 361. 
Durie, John, 160. 
Durom, Alexander, 298. 
Durward, John, 88. 

George, 6. 

Robert, 6. 

William, 368. 

Dury, David, 160. 
Duthie, Alexander, 162. 

— John, 206, 208. 

Eacie, John, 210. 
Easson, Andrew, 208. 

John, 8. 

Robert, 8, 

Edgar, John, of Keithlock, 162. 
Edie, James, IS5, 157, I75- 
Edinburgh, vii, x. 

district, xvi, 244, 338, 379, 389. 

Edward, Alexander, 208. 

— Andrew, Newbigging, 208. 
David, 208. 



Edward, James, Ferryden, 162, 208. 

John, Nethertoun, 208. 

Michael, 8. 

William, 8. 

Elcho, Lord, 135, 245, 400. 
Elder, John, 26. 

Elgin district, xvi, 100, 334, 389. 
Ellis, Alexander, 21a 

John, 210. 

Elphingston, Arthur, Lord Balmerino, 

134. 377. 
Elphinston, James, 134, 135. 

Henry, 8, 298, 368. 

Emly, Alexander, 248. 

Ende, 358. 

Erskine, Jean, 367. 

John, 72, 162, 32a 

Thomas, 64. 

WiUiam, of Pittodric, 367. 

^— gentleman, 248. 

Espline, John, 248. 

Essie, James, 162. 

E^lemonth, barony of, 363, 365. 

Ewing, Charles, 8. 

Peter, 8. 

Robert, 8. 

Fairweather, Peter, 166. 
Falconer, Alex&nder, 90, 164. 

John, 248. 

Falkirk, vii, xi, xiii, xvi, 359, 364-366^ 

371, 375. 377, 382, 386, 400. 
Farquhar, David, 210. 

Francis, 10. 

James, 26. 

Patrick, 212. 

William, 212. 

Farquharson, Alexander, 210. 

of Monaltrie, 364, 368. 

Andrew, 106. 

Anna, 364. 

Charles, 10. 

of Inverey, 367. 

Cosmus, of Tombea, 106. 

Donald, of Auchrachan, 106. 

Francis, of Monaltry, Brachly, 

8, 298, 364, 365, 369. 

Gregory, 106. 

Henry, 8, 365. 

James, of Balmurle, Craigmile, 



8, 298, 364, 366, 367, 386. 
Westertoun, 210. 

— John, 8, 210,365. 

Monaltrie, 364. 

Dow, 102. 

of Altery, 106. 

— Lewis, 90. 

— Mary, 98, 304, 387. 

— Robert, 10, 106, 364. 

— William, 8, 210. 



INDEX. 



411 



Farquharson, William, of Braxie, 365. 
Farouharsons, 358, 359, 365. 
Feitnie, Andrew, 210. 
Feithy, John, 210. 
Fenton, David, 210. 

James, 210. 

Silvester, 21a 

Thomas, 212. 

Ferguson, Hugh, 74. 

James, 108. 

John, 248. 

Joseph, 210, 212. 

Robert, 212. 

Patrick, 319. 

William, 164. 

Ferrier, David, 90, 164, 171. 

James, 90, 302. 

John, 164. 

Robert, 164. 

Fethes, David, 164. 
Fettes, John, 162, 320. 
Fieldes, Mr., Turriff, 309. 
Fife, Alexander, 248. 

Charles, 212. 

district of, xvi, 359, 373. 

Gilbert, 248. 

James, 212. 

William, 28. 

Filp, Thomas, 21a 
Findaury, Laird of, 169. 
Findlater, Earl of, 25, 29, 39, 400. 

William, 8. 

Findlay, Robert, 8. 
Finlay, Alexander, 104. 

George, 64. 

James, 164, 210. 

Mr., 116, 128. 

William, 106. 

Finlayson, James, 390, 392. 

John, 136. 

Finlyson, John, 248. 
Finnic, James, 346, 390. 

Robert, 274. 

Frizel, John, 166. 
Fleeming, James, 353. 

Mr., 391. 

Fleming, Donald, 108. 

James, 106. 
ohn, 106. 

Robert, 106. 

Fletcher, Robert, 210, 212. 

Fogo, John, 212. 

Forbes, Alexander, 90, 210. 

Lord Pitsligo, 90, 302, 303, 

376, 387. 
— Anna, 370. 

Benjamin, 8. 

Duncan, 260, 263. 

Elizabeth, 369. 

George, 26, 95, 212. 



Forbes, James, 90, 305, 307. 

Jean, 370. 

John, 74, 106, 108. 

Pitsligo, 90, 376. 

164, 248. 

Jonathan, 90, 304* 
oseph, 136, 139. 

Robert, 8, 28, 248. 

Thomas, 90. 

William, 312, 387. 

Forbeses, 359. 
Fordue, James, 164. 
Fordyce, Alexander, 104. 
Foreman, John, 303, 305. 
Forres, 104, 393. 
Forrest, George, 90, 304, 

James, 90, 305. 

William, 90. 

Forrester, Silvester, 210. 
Forret, James, 164. 
Forsyth, George, 8. 

James, 104. 

Fort Augustus, 374. 

WilUam, 283. 

Forth, the river, ix, xv. 
Fotheringham, David, 212. 

J^^^h 166. 

Thomas, of Bandaine, 212. 

Foulis, George, 373. 

Fowler, John, 106. 

Frain, John, 10. 

Framan, John, Miltown, 164, 322, 

388. 
France, 199, 357, 364. 367. 37i. 377. 

378, 382. 
Eraser (Frazer), Alexander, 8, 74. 

26, 104. 

Charles, 104. 

David, 74, 164. 

Donald, 26, 74, 104, 314, 37$, 



376. 

— George, 390, 393, 396, 398. 

— Dame Helen, 369. 

— Hugh, 74, 104, 166, 32a 

— James, 74, 104, 106. 

— John, 106, 108, 164, 210. 

— John, 74, 104. 

— Robert, 26, 314, 387. 

— Roderick, 74. 

— Simon, Lord Lovat, 74, 105, 

107, 374. 

74, 7S. 77. 104. 

— Thomas, 106. 

William, of Culbocky, 74, 328, 



388. 



Culmiln, 74, 328, 388. 
74, 90, 104, 106, 302. 



of Inverallochy, 75, 

Erasers, 75. 359. 
Freebaim, Mr., 175. 



412 



INDEX. 



Freeman, John, 322, 3S8. 

Frendraught, Viscount, xvii. 

Froster, William, 210. 

Fullen, John, 353. 

Fullerton (Fullarton), Adam, 326, 388. 

{ames B., 326, 388. 
oan, 379. 

John, 90. 

of Dudwick, 304. 

Fumival, Thomas, xiv. 
Fyre, John, 342, 389. 

Gall, Alexander, 260, 308, 387. 
Gammack, William, 214. 
Garden, David, 168. 
Garder, Peter Gow, 74. 
Gardner, Colonel, 380. 

James, 56, 316. 

William, 168. 

Garmack, William, la 
Garrioch, Alexander, 10, 30a 

of Mergie, 168. 

Garvich, John, 30, 308. 
Garvock, John, 308, 387. 
Gatt, Alexander, 30, 37, 41. 
Gattahon, John, Dyce, 10. 
Gauld, Alexander, 112. 

Thomas, no. 

Robert, 1 10. 

Gauldie, James, 112. 

Gaw, Lewis, 112. 

Ged (Gadd), James, xiv, 248, 379. 

Geigie, George, 214. 

Gelletlie, James, 216. 

George 1 1., viii, xi, xiv, xvii, 199, 402. 

Gibb, James, 214. 

Gibbon, Alexander, 168. 

William, 168. 

Gibenach, Donald, no. 

Thomas, 112. 

Gibson, David, 214. 

Gilbert, xv, 214. 

John, 166, 214. 

Thomas, 319. 

Gilchrist, Archibald, 317. 

Giles, Richard, 248. 

Gill, Alexander, 30, 90, 304. 

George, 30, 35, 308. 

Gillespie, John, 30, 308. 

William, 168. 

Gilmer, William, 168. 

Glasgow, vii, ix, 267, 279. 

district, xvi, 272, 274, 346, 361, 

381,390.396, 399- 
Glashan, George, 28. 
Glass, Finlay, 76. 

James, 10. 

John, 76. 

Glassfoord, Thomas, 264. 



Gleig, Adam, 170. 

Robert, 170. 

Glencarse, 371. 
Glencoe, xi. 
Glenday, James, 214. 
Glendy, John, 216. 
Glenel^, Lord, 377. 
Glenesk, 401. 
Glenfinan, 357, 359. 
Glenlivet, 358. 
Glenmoristons, the, 401. 
Glenshiel, 371. 
Glenurquhart, 377, 386. 
Gleny, Peter, 214. 
GoUan, Donald, 76. 
Golspie, 375. 
Goodbrand, John, 28. 
Goodwillie, John, 248. 
Gordon, Alexander, of DarUthis, 30, 
308, 312. 

28, 76, 108, iia. 

Anne, 365, 366, 368. 

Arthur, of Camousie, 30, 308, 



312. 



Cecilia, 370. 

- Charles, of Blelock, 10, 300. 

- Charles, Aberdeen, 28, 369. 

- Clementina, 37a 
-tDavid, of Kirkhill, 108. 
Glenbucket, 370. 

- Donald, 1 10. 

- Duchess of, 363. 

- Duke of, 366, 371. 

- Francis, lo, 298, 366. 
George, of Railhead, 10, 298, 



365. 366. 

of Foderleter, I la 

— George, 28, no, 248, 312, 387. 
Glenbucket, 370. 

— Lord George, xii. 

— Helen, 366, 369. 

— Lady Henrietta, 366. 

— Henrietta, 370. 

— Henry Wolrige, 365. 

— Hugh, 366. 

— Ishmael, 112. 

— James, 28, 30, 108, 1 12, 305. 

— James, of Aberlour, 28, 312. 
Sir, 369. 

— Dame Janet, 369. 

— Lady Jean, 371. 
-John, 28, 30, 108, 110, 168, 216, 



248, 308, 312, 320, 387. 

of Aberlour, 28, 312. 

of Auchleuchres, 305. 

of Avochie, 25, 30, 37. 

of Glenbucket, 29, 30, 31, 

108, 109, 237, 358, 369, 370. 

Lord Lewis, 10, 27, 31, 35, 135, 



137, 358, 366. 



INDEX. 



413 



Gordon, Lewis, io8. 

Lodovick, 112. 

Margaret, 369. 

Mrs., 401. 

Patrick, of Cordregny, 108. 

315. 

Peter, 28. 

Robert, of Logie, 90, 304, 387. 

of Halhead, 365. 

112, 248. 

— Samuel, 368. 

Thomas, 108. 

Walter, 248. 

Sir William, of Park, 28, 314, 



369. 



William, 10, 28, 108, no, 112, 
168, 320. 

Riots, vii. 

Gordons, The, 359. 
Gouck, David, 166. 
Gourlie, George, 214. 

James, 214. 

Gow, Alexander, no. 

Donald, 216. 

John, 216. 

Thomas, 248. 

William, 10. 

Gowans, William, 168. 

Gower, George, 214. 

Graham, Alexander, 214, 346, 351, 

390. 
Archibald, 100, 102, 104, 112- 

116, 126. 

Charles, 74. 

David, 214, 

James, Airth, 56, 316. 

of Duntroun, 214. 

John, 248, 274. 

of Kilmardiny, 274, 398, 



399- 



Peter, 44. 
Robert, 44. 
Walter, 264. 



Grahams, 359. 

Grant, Alexander, 74, 108, 112, 312, 

377, 387. 
of Deskie, no. 

of Grantfield, 367. 

Captain, 89, 91, 95. 

Charles, 1 10. 

Colin, 328, 388. 

David, 90. 

of Blarfinde, 108. 

Donald, 1 10. 

Gregor, no, 172. 

Humphrey, 28. 

James, 30, 77, 108, no, 168, 248. 

Sir James, 31, 35, 37, 41, 386. 

John, 28, 102-105, io8-ii6, 126- 

129, 248, 328, 388. 



Grant, I^nneth, 75, 328, 388. 

Lewis, 112. 

Neil, 112. 

Patrick, no, 214, 216, 328, 

388. 

Peter, no, 112, 126, 388. 

Sijr Robert, 377. 

Walter, 248. 

William, ttS, no, 112, 334, 



389. 
Grants, 358, 359. 

Gray, Andrew, 214. 

David, 168, 214. 

James, 168. 
ohn, 28, 112, 216. 

William, 10, 28, 44, 168, 216, 

274. 



- of Newholm, 390, 393-399- 

& Bisset, Messrs., 183, 193. 

Greek, David, 216. 
Greenhill, Robert, 214. 

William, 216. 

Gregory, Prof. James, 363. 
Greig, Alexander, 168. 

James, 170,212. 

Grey, Alexander, 320, 388. 
Grower, William, 216. 
Guthrie, George, 168, 320. 

Robert, 214. 

Guthry, James, 28. 

Halket (Hacket), Alexander, 
308. 

Mr., 353. 

Charles, 10, 250, 300, 386. 

30» 30O1 308. 

James, 32. 

Hackie, John, 218. 

Haddington district, xvi, 132, 361, 

377. , 
gaol, 391, 393, 401. 

Haggart, David, of Caimmuir, 218. 

Haldane, Alexander, 56, 373. 

George, 385. 

John, of Lendrick, 56, 373, 

385. 
Haliburton, Thomas, 216, 250. 

of Dry burgh, 401. 

Hall, Alexander, la 

Hamilton, Mr. Gavin, 39a 

George, of Redhouse, 250, 379. 

John, 30. 

Robert, of Kilbrachmont, 260, 

276. 

Harper, Mr. William, 56, 316. 

Harrel, William, 46. 

Harvie, James, 266, 

Patrick, 301. 

Hawley, General, xii, 365, 401. 

Haxton, Heleneas, 64, 373. 



414 



INDEX. 



HaxtOD, Robert, 64. 

Hay, Adam, Asslid, 32, 368, 370. 

of Cairnbanno, 92, 304. 

Alexander, 30. 

Anna, 370. 

Andrew, 30, 64. 

of Asleed, 370. 



George, 30, 172, 308, 314, 320. 

James, 136. 

W.S.,370. 

Jean, 370. 

John, 30, 305, 308. 

Mary, Countess of Enrol, 92, 95, 

304. 
Patrick, 250. 

William, 303. 

Hazard, sloop, 395. 

Hector, John, 10. 

Henderson, Alexander, 136, 216. 

Charles, 218. 

David, 56, 148. 

Duncan, 46. 

Francis, 216. 

{ames, 172, 216, 218, 32a 
ohn, 56, 148, 316. 

of Castlemains, 142, 378. 

Robert, 170. 

William, 46, 218. 

Hendersons, 385. 
Hendrie, Alexander, 1 14. 
Hendry, Robert, 30. 
Henry, Alexander, 218. 
Henryson, John, 250. 
Hepburn, James, 250. 

John, 303, 305, 307. 

Peter, 30, 310. 

Hill, Thomas, 46. 

Hills, Nathaniel, 395, 398, 399. 

Hobert, John, 216. 

Hodge, Alexander, 317. 

David, 250. 

Robert, 170. 

Hogg, John, 10. 
Holyrood, vii, ix. 
Home, David, 216, 294. 

Mr., 393. 

Norwald, 266. 

William, 294. 

Hood, Andrew, 76. 

George, 76. 

James, 170, 197. 

Patrick, 218. 

Horn, Charles, 216. 

William, 218. 

Houston, David, 260. 

Thomas, 114. 

How, Andrew, 216. 
Hume, George, 250. 

John, 216. 

Hunter, Adam, 170. 



Hunter, Alexander, 367. 

David, 218. 

Hary, 170. 

James, 170, 172. 

John, 10, 170. 

Mr., of Polmood, 376. 

Hutchen, John, 216. 
Hutcheson, Thomas, 114. 
William, 218. 

Imbry, Alexander, 12. 
Ingram, John, 12, 32. 
Innes, , Coltfield, 114. 



Alexander, 114. 

Sir Henry, 109. 

Colonel James, 32. 

James, 32, 315/ 

of Banacraig, 12, 300, 367. 

— Sir James, xvii, 92. 

John, 12, 32, 114, 300, 310, 

370, 387. 

Patrick, 32. 

Robert, 1 14. 

William, 32. 

W.S.,373. 

Inverarity, David, 172. 

Inverness, 361, 374, 395, 397. 

Inverury, 364-366. 

Irons, Robert, 172, 32a 

Irvine, Adam, 32. 

Alexander, of Drum, 12, 300, 



309- 



Charles, 136. 

Edward, of Wysbie, 142. 

James, 142. 
ohn, of "VVhitehill, 144. 
William, of Gribton, 144. 
172, 218, 309. 



Jack, David, 46. 
Jackson, Charles, 218. 
Jaffrey, Jfames, 12. 

Thomas, 12. 

James II., King, ix, xi, xiii, xvii, 139. 
Jameson, George, 363. 

Marjory, 363. 

Mary, 363. 

William, 172, 320, 

Jamieson, Andrew, 353. 
Jamison, Alexander, 303, 305. 
Jeans, Henry, 309, 311. 
Johnston, Andrew, 142, 250, 380. 

George, 218. 

James, of Knockhill, 142. 

218, 250. 



John, 32. 

Robert, 172. 

William, of Lockerby, 144. 



Johnstoun, Alexander, 218. 
Joyner, James, 32, 314. 



INDEX. 



415 



Kay, Lodovick, 114. 
Keill, Thomas, 172. 
Keir, Patrick, 250, 379. 
Keith, W. A., 305. 

David, 12, 174. 

James, 174. 

Kelly, Earl of, 63, 65, 69, 263, 373. 
Kemla, James, 172. 
Kemlar, Alexander, 172. 

Thomas, 172. 

Kemlay, Gideon, 172. 
Kemloe, Joseph, Hardgate, 12. 
Kemp, James, 319. 
Kennedy, Alexander, 309. 

Archibald, 250. 

John, 114. 

Robert, 314, 387. 

Kermock, Andrew, 218. 
Kerr, Alexander, 32. 

Henry, 280, 381. 

James, 84. 

— Mark, 250. 
Kerrie, Alexander, 172. 

John, 172. 

Kerry, Robert, 218. 
Key, John, 172. 
Kilgovver, Peter, 92, 304, 
Kilmarnock, Earl of, xiv, 65, 127, 266, 

267, 381. 
Kilpatrick, Grisell, 353. 
Kincaid, James, 56, 316. 
King, James. 32, 310. 
Lauchlane, 136. 

Serjeant, alias Macree, 373. 

Kinloch, Alexander, 220, 378. 
Charles, 220, 378. 

Sir James, 218, 231, 378, 379. 

John, of Kildry, 218. 

Kinnair, Peter, 220. 

Kinnier, Thomas, 172. 

Kirkcaldy district, xvi, 260, 344, 361, 

389. 
Kirkeant, Laird of, 141. 

Knows, Robert, 12. 

William, 12. 

Kynnach, John, 310, 387. 

Lacky, Alexander, 22a 
Lafarque, Mr., 395, 397. 
Lafusille, Major, 195. 
Laing, John, 92, 174. 

William, 32. 

Laird, Andrew, 222. 

James, 222. 

John, 220. 

Patrick, 222. 

Lamb, William, 114, 176. 

Lanark district, xvi, 84, 361, 373, 

376. 
Largo, Joseph, 12. 



Lauder, Archibald, 294. 

Charles, 136. 

^— — James, 250. 

Robert, of Bailmouth, 294. 

Laurance, James, 176. 
Laurence, John, 92, 303, 305. 
Lawrance, John, 32. 
Law, Mr. George, 12, 367. 

William, xvii, 12. 

Lawrie, jfohn, 136. 
Lawson, David, 222. 

James, 220. 

John, 176, 220. 

Patrick, 22a 

Thomas, 220, 222, 378. 

Leech, Archibald, 284. 
Legat, George, 92, 306, 313. 
Le^e, Patrick, 300, 386. 
Leigh, Alexander, 114. 
Leith, Alexander, 32, 31a 

Anthony, 92, 304. 

George, 12. 

John, 32, 174. 

Laurence, 92, 304. 

Robert, 66. 

William, 12, 174. 

Lendrum, John, 305. 
Lesmahagow, 287, 383. 
Leslie, Alexander, 32, 312. 

Charles, 114. 

James, 92, 136. 

John, 92, 174. 

Patrick, Count, 364. 

Teresa, 364. 

William, 32, 174, 310, 320. 

Ley, Thomas, 14, 174. 

William, 12. 

Lichton, , Kirriemuir, 220. 

Lilly, Alexander, 136. 
Lind, George, 92. 
Lindsay, Alexander, 25a 

James, 46, 371. 

^— John, 176, 320. 

Martin, 46, 371. 

Peter, 66, 374. 

Robert, 136. 

Thomas, 176. 

William, 114, 176, 320. 

Lines, Andrew, 12. 

Linlithgow district, xvi, 264, 358, 

361, 381. 
Linning, Mr., 383. 
Littlejohn, Alexander, 176. 

• David, 174. 

Livieth, John, 220. 

William, 220. 

Livingstone, Lady Anne, 381. 
Livingston, James, 266. 
Lochaber, 382. 
Lochead, John, 56, 316. 



416 



INDEX. 



Lochmaben, 378. 
Lockbart, James, 46. 

Peter, 56, 316. 

London, vii, xi, xiL 
Longformacus, 401. 
Longmuir, Charles, 12. 
Lorimer, William, 32. 
Lothian, Andrew, xvii, 66. 
Loudoun, Lord, 89, 127, 358, 374, 

375. 376, 400. 
Louper, John, 174. 
Lorall, Andrew, 222. 
Lovat, Lord, xiv. See Fraser. 
Low, Alexander, 174, 303, 305. 

David, xvii, 220. 

James, 220. 

John, 14, 46, 176, 320. 

William, 174, 176, 222, 320. 

Lownan, James, 220. 
Lowper, Alexander, 32. 
Lowthian, John, 220. 
Lugtoun, Simon, 250, 379. 
Lumgair, James, 222. 
Lumsdaile, Andrew, 250. 
Lumisdale, James, 309. 
Lumsden, Alexander, 367. 

David, 12, 367. 

Harry, 367. 

James, 367. 

John, 12, 367. 

Margaret, 367. 

Lunan, David, 220. 

John, 220. 

Lundie, John, 220. 
Lyon, Charles, 222. 

David, 174, 393. 

—^ James, 222. 

Mr. Robert, 46, 371. 

— Patrick, of Easter Ogle, 220. 

Mackie, Alexander, 34, 178. 

Peter, 16. 

Robert, 180, 366. 

William, 178, 320. 

Mackies, 359. 
Macvicar, Mr., 402. 

Maiden, , surgeon, Craill, 66. 

Main, Alexander, 176. 

George, 176. 

James, 148, 378. 

William, 224. 

Mair, James, 34. 

William, 16, 176. 

Maitland, David, 393. 

Mr., 400. 

Mr., of Pitrichie, 7, 19. 

Mr. John, 180. 

Malcolm, James, of Balbeddie, 262. 
Malcom, William, 34, 224. 
Man, Alexander, 34, 114, 226. 



Man, James, 48. 

John, 48. 

. William, 78. 

Manchester, x. 
Mansie, James, 178. 
Mapsie, Alexander, 353. 
MarischaU, Earl, 87. 
Marr, Alexander, 14. 

David, 14. 

Robert, 14. 

Thomas, 34, 314. 

Marshall, James, 224. 

John, 148, 307. 

Martin, Alexander, 120. 

David, 178, 32a 

George, 12a 

James, 313. 

John, 14, 46, 176. 

Mason, James, 178. 

Janet, 353. 

John, 176. 

Massie, Robert, 310, 387. 
Masterman, Heniy, xiv. 
Masterton, Andrew, 226. 

Francis, 148. 

Mather, Alexander, 178. 

Charles, 222, 224. 

James, i8o, 

Mathers, George, 180^ 307. 

David, i&. 

Matheson, Alexander, 94, 305, 307. 

David, 34, 94. 

Mathison, Mrs., 401. 
Mathie, James, 178. 
Mathew, James, 305. 
Matthew, Peter, 114. 
Maul, Henry, 252, 266. 

John, 176. 

Peter, 176. 

Maver, James, 34, 310. 

William, 310, 387. 

Maxwell, James, of Kirkcoimal, 144. 

Lady Katharine, 144. 

Robert, 252. 

William, of Carruchan, 144, 145. 

of Bamcleugh, 144. 

Earl of Nithsdale, 144. 

Sir William, of Sprinkell, 144. 

M*Adam, William, 122. 
M^Alister, Alexander, 122. 

Hector, 326, 388. 

William, 326, 388. 

MacAlisters, 359. 
M* Allan, John, 120. 
M'Alman, Nicol, 286. 
M'Alpin, Patrick, 120. 
MacAlpines, 359. 
M* Andrew, Donald, 78. 
Mac Andrews, 359. 
M 'Angus, William, 124. 



INDEX. 



417 



M* Arthur, John, 114. 
MacArthurs, 359, 385. 
M'Bain, Gillice, 116, 376. 

Hugh, 76. 

MacBains, 359. 

M*Bean, Angus, 336, 389. 

Donald, 118, 377. 

Gillies, 118. 

John, 118. 

Major, 119. 

M'Bear, Angus, 118. 

Gillies, 118. 

M'Beath, Marmduke, 252. 
M 'Galium, John, 100, 114, 126, 130. 
M'Carro, James, 224. 
M'Gharmaig, Duncan, 284. 
M'Ghombich, Duncan Dow, 284. 
M*Clacky, James, 78. 
M'Coll, Archibald, 284. 
— Duncan, 284. 

Hugh, 284. 

Roy, 284. 

John, 286. 

MacCoUs, 359, 384. 

M*Combichs, 384. 

M*Connachy, Alexander, 76. 

M'Connie, Robert, 262. 

M*Gook, Hercules, 14. 

M'Gormacks, 384. 

M'Gorquadales, 384. 

M*Culloch, Roderick, 76, 299, 301, 

375- 
William, 266. 

MacGullochs, 359. 

M*Currathy, John, 76. 

McDonald, Alex., 14,34,116, 118,122. 

of Glencoe, 284. 

of Keppoch, 284, 382. 

Allan, 46, 116, 124. 

Angus, 116, 120, 122, 124. 

of Glengarry, 284, 382, 386. 

Arch. , of Clenaig, 284. 

Coll., 124. 

Don., 122, 284, 313, 336, 389. 

of Lochgarry, 284. 

George, 124. 

James, 78, 122, 124, 284, 326, 



388. 



-John, 76, 116, 120, 122, 224, 



280, 292. 

Murdoch, 78. 

Peter, 120. 

Robert, 122. 

Ronald, 16, 116, 286, 389. 

William, 34, 123, 286, 314. 

of Barrisdale, 77, 81. 

of Kinloch Moidart, 286, 383. 

MacDonalds, 357, 359, 376, 385. 
M*Donell, Angusia, 386. 
M'Dougal, Samuel, 224. 



MacDougalds, 359. 
M'Duff, James, 224. 
M'Erick, Archibald, 284. 
M* Erich, Donald, 284. 
M*Evan, John, 120. 
M*£wan, Donald, 48. 

James, 56. 

John, 48, 226. 

MacEwans, 359. 
MTarlan, Duncan, 284. 
M*Farlane, Alexander, 262. 

John, 48, 56. 

Thomas, 318, 387. 

MacFarlanes, 359. 
M*Farquhar, Donald, 78. 

Farquhar, 78. 

John, 78. 

Donald, 78. 

Kenneth, 78. 

Roderick, 78. 

MacFarquhars, 359. 
M*Gee, Hugh, 14. 
M*Ghie, William, 144. 
M*Gill, George, 66. 
M*Gillavrae, Alexander, 116, 376. 
MacGillivrays, 359. 
M*Gillawray, Archibald, 1 1 6. 

Robert, 1 16. 

M*Glashan, William, 34. 
M*Grar, Alexander, 122. 
M'Grigor, Alexander, 16, 58, 122. 

Roy Callander, 58. 



Donald, 224. 
Dougal, 58. 
Duncan, 14, 367. 
Evan, 120. 
Grigor, 120. 

Roy, 126. 

John, 120, 252. 
Malcolm, 120, 122. 
Captain, 373. 



Patrick, 58. 

William, 120. 

M*Grigors, 175, 183, 359. 
M'Growther, Alexander, xiv. 
M'Gurman, John, 120. 
M*Hardie, William, 124. 
M* Henoch, Duncan, 284. 
M'Humish, John, 58. 
M*Ildeus, 384. 
M*Ildonick, James, 78. 
M'Inhonnel, John, 58. 
M'Inish, Archibald, 284. 

Donald, 284. 

M'Innises, 384. 
M*Intosh, Alexander, 116. 

Angus, of Pharr, 116. 

Duncan, 118. 

Lady, 117, 119. 

Lauchlan, 116. 



Sd 



418 



INDEX. 



Mcintosh, John, 122. 

Simon, 1 16. 

William, 224. 

Mackintoshes, 359, 376, 401. 
M*Intyre, , 46. 



Donald, 78. 

Duncan, 284. 

Maclntyres, 359, 384. 
M*Iver, Alexander, 78. 

William, 84. 

M*Tavis. iice M'Tavish. 
M*Kaog, Patrick, 286. 
M*Kay, Alexander, of Achmony, 330, 
386, 388. 

Donald, 34. 

John, 124. 

Robert, 122. 

William, 303, 305. 

M*Keamish, Kenneth, 270. 
M^Kenzie, Alexander, 76, 78, 252, 

330» 389. 

Colin, 76, 78, 330, 389- 

Donald, 34, 78. 

Earl of Cromarty, 76, 375. 

George, 78. 

John, 78, 114, 120, 122, 286. 

Kenneth, 76, 120, 252, 328, 330, 

388, 389. 

Lord M'Leod, 76, 375. 

Murdoch, 78, 79. 

Patrick, 224. 

Roderick, 138. 

Theodore, 78. 

William, 76, 114, 138. 

of Ardloch, 330, 389. 

Mackenzies, 360, 384. 
M'Kie, Robert, 317. 
M'Knoby, Archibald, 262. 
M'Laren, Archibald, 58. 

Captain Donald, 373. 

Daniel, 106, 118. 

Hugh, 284. 

John, 116. 

Lauchlan, 286. 

MacLarens, 360, 384. 

M* Lauchlan, Alexander, 284, 382. 

Dougald, 284. 

Duncan, 284. 

George, 124. 

James, 286. 

John, 58, 124, 286, 318, 387. 

Kenneth, 286. 

Lauchlan, of that Ilk, 286. 

of Inishconel, 286. 

Neil, 286. 

Peter, 34. 

MacLachlans, 360, 385. 
M*Lea, Alexander, 122. 

Allan, 124. 

James, 122. 



M*Lea, John, 122. 

Robert, 122. 

William, 124. 

MacLeas, 360, 385. 

M*Lean, Alexander, 46, 226. 

Allan, 284. 

Charles, of Drimnan, 284. 

Hector, 252. 

Hugh, 284. 

John, Ferryhill, 14, 1 16, 286. 

Lauchlan, 286. 

Roderick, 78. 

MacLeans, 360. 

M*Leish, John, 48. 

William, 340, 389. 

M*Lcllan, William, 319. 

M'Lennan, Alexander, 77. 

Donald, 78. 

John, 334, 389. 

Kenneth, 78. 

MacLennans, 360. 

M'Leod, Alexander, Muiravonside, 
266, 330, 389. 

Laird of, 31, 81, 93. 

M*Leods, 23, 89, 99, 358, 360. 

M*Mahon, Lieutenant Morgan, 397. 

M*Nab, Donald, 58. 

MacNabs, 360. 

M*Naughton, John, 252, 379. 

M*Near, James, 317. 
Robert, 317. 

M*Niccol, Duncan, 319. 

William, 224. 

M*Nully, Farquhar, 76. 

MTherson, Alexander, 120, 124. 

Andrew, of Banachar, 118. 

Angus, 118. 

Donald, 118. 

Evan, of Clunie, 118, 377. 

Hugh, 118. 

John, 118, 120, 122, 358. 

Kenneth, 118. 

Lauchlan, 118. 

Lewis, 118. 

Malcolm, of Phojmess, 118. 

Paul, 124. 

Delwhiny, 118. 

Thomas, 122. 

William, Ringussie, 120. 

of Strathmasy, 118. 

Macphersons, 360, 377. 
MThun, Archibald, 284. 
M*Queen, Alexander, 120. 
M*Ra, Alexander, 34, 314. 
MacRaes, 36a 
M'Rankens, 384. 
M*Robie, John, 48. 

Lewis, 48. 

William, Morings, 122. 

MacRobies, 36a 



INDEX. 



419 



M*Tavish, Alexander, li6. 

John, of Gartenbeg, 1 16. 

MacTavishes, 360. 
M*Uchaders, 384. 
M*Vie, George, 319. 
M*William, John,76, 78. 

Thomas, 78. 

MacWilliams, 360. 
M*Willie, David, 120. 

Dun., 122. 

James, 120. 

Meal, John, 222. 

Meathie, Laird of, 229, 235. 

Meldrum, Robert, 393. 

Meldrum, Old, district, xiv, 84, 302, 

361, 376, 386. 
Melvill, William, 353. 
Mensat, John, 124. 
Menzies, Mr. John, 252, 266. 

Lord, 400. 

of Sheen, 46, 267, 358. 

David, of Pitfodels, 16. 

Gilbert, of Pitfodels, 16, 300. 

James, of Pitfodels, 16. 

John, of Pitfodels, 16. 

William, of Pitfodels, 16. 

Menzies, 360. 

Mercer, James, 367. 

Laurence, of Lethenday, 226, 

378. 



Sir Laurence, of Aldie, 378. 

Robert, of Aldie, 148, 226, 378. 

Thomas, 14, 300, 367. 

Mercers, of Aldie, 367. 

Merchant, Roderick, 1 12, 1 14, 126, 130. 

Mems, Alexander, 94. 

Michie, John, 124. 

Middleton, Alexander, 66. 

James, 16, 122. 

Patrick, 252. 

Robert, 92. 

Samuel, 16. 

William, 16, 176. 

Miles, James, 222, 224. 
Mill, Alexander, 58, 178, 316. 

David, 58, 224, 316. 

George, 14, 178. 

James, 222. 

John, 178. 

Robert, 222. 

Thomas, 58, 247, 316. 

William, 94. 

Miller, Alexander, 252. 

David, 180. 

Duncan, 178. 

James, 224, 226. 

John, 222. 

William, 1 20, 224, 326, 388. 

Moillin, Alexander, 16. 
Millne, George, 122. 



Milne, George, 34, 310, 387. 

James, 222. 

John, 34, 176, 178. 

Robert, 222. 

Thomas, 224. 

William, 34, 178, 304, 31a 

Mitchell, Alexander, 34, 222. 

Donald, 318, 387. 

Duncan, 318, 387. 

George, 16, 313. 

James, 16, 34. 

John, XV, 182, 187, 224, 226, 

252, 319- 
Murdoch, 78. 

Robert, 14, 180, 193, 252, 319. 

Roderick, 116. 

Thomas, 224, 252. 

William, 94, 138. 



Moffat, 145. 

Moidart, xiii. 

Moir, Charles, 14, 300. 

James, 14, 307. 

of Stony wood, 14, 91, 300, 

364, 367. 
Janet, 364. 

John, 16, 78. 

Kenneth, 76. 

Robert, 280. 

William, of Longmay, 14, 92, 

94» 300, 304- 
MoUison, Robert, 176. 

Moncrieffe, Mr. D., xiv. 

Moncrife, Thomas, 46. 

Moncur, John, 176. 

Moncurr, Andrew, 224. 

Patrick, 222. 

Money, George, 222. 

Monro, Donald, 120. 

Monteith, Alexander, 148. 

Montgomery, Peter, 34. 

Robert, 14. 

Montrose district, xvi, 150, 320, 36 1, 

388. 
Moodie, James, 178. 

Thomas, 222, 224. 

Moar, William, 224. 
More, John, 124. 

Peter, 122. 

Morgan, Charles, 94. 

David, 224. 

John, 176. 

William, 176. 

Morrise, James, 94. 
Morice, John, 307. 
Morris, John, 353. 

Helen, 353. 

Morrison, Alexander, 34, 94, 304, 
310, 311. 

John, 34, 311. 

Richard, 252, 380. 



420 



INDEX. 



Morrison, William, 34, 311. 
Morton, Sir Robert, 401. 
Mossman, Thonias, 14. 
Mouat, William, 178, 320. 
Muir, Adolphus, 252. 

Alexander, 1 22. 

Robert, 14. 

Muirison, Provost, of Aberdeen, 305. 

Munie, Thomas, 222. 

Munro, Sir Robert, 40a 

Murdoch, William, 58. 

Murray, Anthony, of Grange, 148. 

Edinburgh, 252. 

Sir David, 252, 380. 

of Dollarie, 48, 372. 

Lord George, 46, 267, 358, 359, 



366, 369, 371, 373, 400. 

— Tames, 176, 252, 316, 380, 387. 

— John, Broughton, 84, 376. 
58, 135, 148, 252. 



Lady Margaret, 372 

Mungo, 226. 

Peter, 14. 

William, 46, 176. 

Murry, Lewis, 171. 

Robert, 252, 380. 

Mushet, William, 252. 
Mussleburgh, 141. 
Mutch, George, 94. 
John, 94. 

Nairn, Lord, 201, 213, 227. 

John, 226. 

Nairn, 386. 

Nairne, Mrs. Amelia, 372. 
Napier, John, 48. 
Nash, John, 226. 

William, 226. 

Neavy, David, 254- 
Neil, Thomas, 226. 
Netherbow Port, 255. 
Netherlands, 364, 371. 
Nevay, David, 226. 
Newcastle, 381. 

Duke of, ix. 

Newport (Paisley), 326. 

Newton, Richard Hay, of Newton, 377. 

Nicoll, David, 353. 

Niccol, James, 80, 182. 

Nicol, Thomas, 48. 

Nicolson, Alexander, 124. 

James, 254, 380. 

William, 34. 

Niddry, Andrew, 94. 

Nisbet, William, 94, 305, 307. 

Nivie, James, 16. 

Norald, Adam, 94. 

Northampton, 386. 

Nova Scolia, 370. 

Nuccol, Robert, Canongate, 254. 



Oat, Henry, 318, 387. 
Oatt, William, 318, 387. 
Ogg, William, 16. 
Ogilvie, Agnes, 367. 

Lord, 33, 167, 179, 195, etc 

Sir Alexander, of Forglen, 367. 

Ogilvies, 360. 

Ogilvy, Alexander, 36, 94, 228, 304. 
of Aucfairies, 9(3, 376. 



David, 226, 228, 379. 

Henry, 228. 

James, Meams, 226, 228. 

John, 96, 228, 304. 

Patrick, 36. 

Thomas, 226, 228, 399. 

Walter, 36. 

William, 16, 96, 228, 304. 



Ogston, James, 266. 

William, 305. 

Oldman, James, 96. 
Oliphant, Alexander, 353. 

Caroline, 372. 

Thomas, 66, 

of Gask, 47. 

Laurance, 48, 372. 

Oram, Alexander, 66. 

Mr., 353. 

Ord, James, 36. 

Orkney, John, 184, 320, 388. 

Orrock, Walter, 254. 

Orrok, John, 228. 

Osburn, Robert, 341. 

Ouchterlony, John, 184, 228, 320. 

Peter, 228. 

Paisley District, xvi, 292, 326, 361, 

388. 
Palmer, Robert, 230. 

William, 230. 

Panton, Alexander, 36, 310. 

Paris, 367, 371, 373, 383. 

Park, Mr., 393. 

Paterson, Alexander, 18, 230, 299. 

Andrew, 80. 

Charles, 254, 255. 

David, 353. 

Donald, 80. 

George, 36, 314. 

Hercules, 36, 312. 

James, 31, 37, 4i» 230. 

Lauchlane, 80, 

Murdoch, 80. 

Robert, 96. 

Paton, George, 16. 

John, 84. 

Marjory, 319. 

William, 124. 

Pattie, James, 68. 
Patullo, George, 230. 
Henry, xiii., 230, 359. 



INDEX. 



421 



Paul, George, 305. 
Peddie, John, 184, 230. 
Peine, Alexander, 96. 

Charles, 96, 307. 

Penrith, 380. 

Pension, Robert, 138. 

Perrie, John, 124. 

Perth, Duke of, xvi, 45, 145, 247, 251, 

district, xvi, 42, 361, 370. 

town of, 371, 379, 397. 

Peterborough, Earl of, 366. 
Peterloo, vii. 
Peterson, James, 184. 
Petrie, Andrew, 230. 

James, xvii, 18, 300. 

John, 254, 380. 

William, 314, 387. 

Philp, John, 230. 

Robert, 66. 

William, 16. 

Pierson, Alexander, 184. 
Piery, John, 84, 303, 305, 307. 
I'iggot, Alexander, 228, 230. 
Pirrey, William, 309, 313. 
Pirrie, Andrew, 307. 

96. 

— — John, 312, 387. 

Pitcairn, Mr., 402. 

Pitcalny, Laird of, 75, 235. 

Pith, James, 254. 

Pitsligo, Lord, 11, 302, 358, 387. 

Porter, James, 309. 

William, 104, 126, 311. 

112, 114. 

Porteous, Captain, ix. 
Porteus, Andrew, 138, 377. 

Samuel, 138. 

Powrie, John, 48. 

Preston, 61, 67, etc. 

Prestonpans, xv, 141, 357, 364, 369, 

376, 380, 400. 
Primrose, Sir Archibald, of Dunipace, 

58, 373- 
George, of Dunipace, 373. 

Janet, 138. 

Prophet, Thomas, 228. 

Punton, John, 254. 

Pyot, Alexander, 184, 388. 

David, 320, 388. 

Rae, James, 317. 

Raith, James, 317. 

Ramsay, Alexander, 96, 186, 306. 

Christopher, 138. 

David, 232, 305, 307. 

George, 232. 

James, 18, 234, 31 1. 

John, 234. 

Kenneth, 96. 



Ramsay, Percy, 230. 

Robert, 232. 

William, 96. 

Ranken, Duncan, 286. 
Rannie, John, 96, 313. 

Peter, 184. 

William, 140, 313. 

Ranny, George, 313. 
Rattray, Charles, 232. 

Henry, 232. 

James, 50, 232, 379. 

John, 126. 

of Dunoon, 199. 

Rea, Charles, 230. 

James, 232. 

Reat, William, 232. 
Red path, Thomas, 138. 
Reekie, Peter, 186. 

Reid, , CraUl, 68. 

Alexander, 80, 126, 186, 254, 

368. 

Sir, of Barra, 367. 



2 d2 



David, 230. 

Donald, 18. 

George, Templand, 80, 184, 186. 

James, 140, 254. 

John, 18, 80, 81, 368. 

Katharine, 353. 

Peter, 184. 

Robert, Barra, 18, 186, 300, 367. 

William, 234, 315. 

Ren wick, Andrew, 230. 
Reoch, Alexander, 126. 

James, 126. 

John, alias Ross, 80, 126, 232. 

Retty, James, 184. 
Rhind, John, 126. 

William, 184. 

Richy, Andrew, 18. 

Riddel, Adolphus, 254. 

Riddell, John, 138. 

Riddoch, James, 50. 

Ridoch, Patrick, 318, 387. 

Rieth, Alexander, 18. 

Rioch, Donald, 73, 75, 126. 

Ritchie, Alexander, 184, 303, 305, 307. 

James, 234. 

fohn, 58, 184. 

William, 186. 

Robb, James, 18, 232. 

Roben, William, 232. 

Robert, Alexander, 186. 

Robertson, Alexander, 18, 184, 232, 

372. 

of Blairfetty, 48, 372. 

of Strowan, 372. 

Charles, 48, 126, 232, 234. 

David, 232. 

Donald, 48, 230. 

- Duncan, 48, 234, 372. 



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INDEX. 



Robertson, George, 48, 353, 372. 

James, 36, jS, 60, 184, 266, 316. 

John, 18, 80, 96, 230, 232. 

Joseph, 137, 138. 

Laurance, 5a 

Patrick, 36, 319. 

Peter, 36, 232. 

Robert, 138. 

Robertson, Thomas, 50, 256, 276. 

William, 186. 

Robertsons, 360. 
Robison, John, 36. 
Roger, John, 232. 

Peter, 232. 

RoUo, David, j8, 316. 

tames, 58, 316. 

Ronald, John, 184. 

William, 184. 

Rose, Barbara, 366. 
Ross, Alexander, 18, 36. 

Andrew, 114. 

Angus, 80. 

Charles, 36. 

district, xvi, 72, 328, 361, 374, 

386, 388. 

Francis, 96. 

Hugh, 18, 80, 124. 

James, 18, 80, 300. 

John, 18, 80, 126, 300, 353. 

Malcolm, 332, 389. 

Master of, 81. 

Robert, 18, 126. 

Ronald, 80. 

Thomas, 36, 80. 

William, 80, 126. 

Rosses, 360. 

Rough, Alexander, 232. 

Thomas, 230. 

Roy, Duncan, 50. 

John, 36, 230, 312, 

Royston, Lord, 79. 
Rue, David, 68, 374. 
Russel, Alexander, 303, 305. 

Hugh, 18. 

John, 234. 

Rutherford, James, 256. 

Robert, 254. 

Ryan, James, 303. 

Salter, David, 236. 
Sandilands, Jean, 364. 

Patrick, of Cottoun, 364. 

Robert, 20, 300, 368. 

Sandyman, Andrew, 188. 
Sangster, John, 236. 

William, 96. 

Sanyson, Peter, 22. 
Saunders, John, 313. 
Schaw, Alexander, 236. 
James, 236. 



Scot, Alexander, 96. 

Francis, 28a 

Scott, Charles, 234, 28a 

David, 188, 234. 

George, 256. 

James, 52, 

John, 20, 52, 157, 188, 300, 317, 

320. 



Mr., of Rossie, 151. 

Robert, 256. 

William, 38, 91, 96, 247, 312. 

Scrogy, Robert, 20. 
Seaton, Andrew, 236. 
Semple, Francis, 288. 

James, 266. 

Seton, Alexander, 262, 344, 389. 

Christopher, 262. 

David, 262, 

}ames, 262. 
ohn, 262. 

Robert, 256. 

William, 234. 

Sey, John, 305. 
Shaddon, Charles, 266. 
Shand, William, 38. 
Shanks, Alexander, 186. 

David, 188. 

John, 188. 

Sharp, Alexander, 374. 

WiUiam, 68, 374. 

Shaw, Dimcan, 234. 

James, 126. 

John, 20, 299, 301. 

William, 236. 

Sheepherd, Charles, 236. 

David, 188. 

John, 186. 

Shepherd, Thomas, 353. 
Sheridan, Mr., 357. 
Sherrif, John, 20. 
Sherriff, Andrew, 140. 
Shewan, John, 305. 
Shirras, Thomas, 307. 
Shives, Alexander, 96. 
Showster, John, 50. 
Shunger, John, 234. 
Sibbald, Charles, 68. 
— — James, 397. 
Siddall, Thomas, xiv. 
Sill, James, 20. 
Simpson, Adam, 38. 

Andrew, 236. 

James, 20, 256, 299. 301, 353. 

John, 38, 60, 234, 312, 319. 

Kenneth, 82. 

Patrick, 234. 

William, 234, 236. 

Sinclair, i^neas, 50. 

Benjamin, 270. 

George, of Geese, 270. 



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423 



Sinclair, James, 84, 299, 301. 

John, 36. 

Lord, 29. 

Skien, John, 38, 312. 
Skinner, John, 353. 
Smart, James, 309, 311. 

John, 309, 311. 

Walter, 188. 

Smith, Alexander, 268. 

of Meany, 306, 387. 



Alexander, 20, 38, 96, 188. 

Andrew, 128, 234. 

David, 186, 234, 320. 

Daniel, 20, 300. 

P>ancis, 20. 

George, 38, 186. 

Hugh, 332, 389. 

James, 20, 36, 96, 256, 380, 393, 



399. 



Janet, 309, 313. 

John, 96, 126, 188. 

of Ballcharry, 236. 

Peter, 20, 332, 389. 

Robert, 20, 128. 

William, Keith, 38, $0, 96, 126, 

188, 190. 
Souter, Dougald, 256. 

James, 190. 

John, 96, 306. 

Spark, William, 256, 257. 
Speed, George, 188. 
Spens, John, 96. 
Sprewl, Andrew, 278, 381. 
Squair, John, 318, 387. 
Stalker, John, 50. 

Peter, 50. 

St. Andrews District, xvi, 62, 352, 

361, 373- 
Stark, Alexander, 234. 

William, 234. 

Stead, Thomas, 190. 

Steill, George, 20, 300. 

Stephen, Alexander, 353. 

John, 320, 388. 

William, 126. 

Stewart, Alexander, of Invemachyle, 

286, 383, 384. 

Achnacon, 288, 383. 

of Ballechalish, 288, 383. 

Allan, 286, 288, 319, 383, 384. 

Charles, of Ardsheil, 288,384,385. 

Donald, 270. 27 1, 288, 384. 

Dougald, 288, 383, 384. 

of Appin, 384, 385. 

Duncan, 288, 383, 384. 

Helen, 368. 

James, 22, 38, 50, $2, 288, 383, 

384. 
John, 22, 288, 383, 384. 

Joseph, 22. 



Stewart, Margaret, 368. 

Peter, 22. 

Robert, 288, 384. 

William, 20, 288, 312, 383, 



387. 



Auchoily, 20, 368. 
Drummond, 5a 



Stewarts, 360, 364. 
Stirling district, xvi, 54, 316, 361, 
372, 387. 

gaol, 393- 

Hugh, 276, 277. 

James, of Keir, 276. 

James, 278, 326, 388. 

Sir H., 397. 

William, 276. 

Stiven, Alexander, xvii, 68, 256. 

Andrew, 60, 316. 

James, 1S8. 

John, Montrose, 186, 236. 

William, 236. 

Stivenson, Alexander, 256. 

James, 36. 

Stodhart, William, 38. 
Stormond, James, 234, 236. 

John, of Kinwhirie, 236. 

Stormont, James, 234, 379. 
Stot, James, 18. 
Stouter, James, 188. 
Strachan, James, 20^ 305. 

John, 188. 

William, 20, 300, 368. 

Strathallan, Lord, xvii, 358, 371, 372, 

401. 
Strathavin, 358. 
Strathbogie, 358. 
Strathdon, 358. 
Strathmore, Lady, 199. 
Stratton, Archibald, 256. 
Strickland, Mr., 357. 
Stuart, Alexander, 38, 50, 128, 236, 

238, 368. 

Alexander, 370. 

Allan, 128, 130. 

Andrew, 370. 

Angus, 38, 102, 312. 

Archibald Bain, 100. 

— '- Galium, 8a 

Charles, 50, 236, 256. 

Prince, vii-xviii, etc. 

Cosmo-George, 370. 

David, 60, ^73. 

Donald, 128, 236. 

Elspet, 370. 

Finlay, 50. 

George, 128. 

Hugh, 128. 

Glenlyon, 384. 

James, 128, 186, 188, 236, 370. 

Jean, 370. 



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INDEX. 



Stuart, John, 50, 60, 128, 130, 236, 
262, 377. 

John Roy, 126, 377. 

Sir John, Count of Maida, 377. 

Stuart, Laurance, 52. 

Lewis, 130. 

Malcolm, 50, 384. 

Mary, 370. 

Patrick, 38, 128, 278, 312. 

Peter, 38, 128, 370. 

Robert, 50, 52, 128, 13a 

Roy, 39. 

Thomas, 96. 

Walter, 278. 

William, 128. 

Stuarts, 5a 
Stubble, David, 236. 
Sullivan, Mr., 137, 357. 
Surrey, County of, xiv. 
Sutherland, Alexander, 36, 186. 

George, 38. 

James, 299, 301. 

John, 80. 

William, 80, 393. 

Sutherlands, 36a 
Sutherlandshire, 375. 
Sutor, William, 236. 
Swan, Andrew, 256, 380. 
Syme, James, 126. 

Mr. Thomas, 236. 

Symers, Alexander, 20. 
Andrew, 256. 

Tait, Adam, 256. 
Talboth, John, 238. 
Tasker, Alexander, 262. 
Taylor, Charles, 238. 

James, 38, 130, 319. 

Peter, 130. 

Robert, 98, 130. 

Thomas, 82, 353. 

William, 38, 130, 190, 238, 313, 

319. 
Tervas, Alexander, 98. 

Thain, Bailie, 315. 

James, 98. 

John, 38. 

Patrick, 313. 

Thorn, George, 238. 

Thomson, Alexander, 98, 306. 

Hector, 140. 

James, 52, 98, 140, 238, 299, 

301, 306. 

John, 22, 300. 

Robert, 52, 190. 

Thomas, 307. 

William, 68, 238, 353. 

Thores, James, 256. 

Threepland, Thomas, of Fingask, 238. 

Thurso, 271. 



Tillan, Alexander, 8. 
Tilleray, Andrew, 22. 
Tindal, Colin, 19a 

David, 190. 

Todd, Archibald, 140. 

Thomas, 14a 

Walter, 256. 

William, 212. 

Todie, Janet, 353. 
Torry, James, 130. 
Touch, William, 299. 
Tower, Alexander, 305. 
Townley, Colonel, xiv. 
Traill, John, 353. 
Troup, Charles, 22. 

Tohn, 313. 

William, xvii, 22, 300. 

Tullibardine, Marquis of, xvi, 49, 233, 

357- 
Tulloch, David, 38, 115. 

Robert, 130. 

Mr. Thomas, i8i. 

Tullochs, 360. 

Turner, Duncan, 130. 

John, 22. 

of Tumerhall, 98, 306. 

William, 130. 

Turnerhall, Lady, 98, 304, 387. 

Turras, John, 98. 

Tweedale, 374. 

Marquis of, 378. 

Tydieman, John, 262. 

Tyrie, David, 98, 306. 

Mr. John, 130, 256, 389. 

Ure, Jean, 370. 
Urquart, Kenneth, 82, 13a 
Urquhart, George, 309, 311. 

James, 60. 

William, Kennellan, 82, 130. 

Urquharts, 360. 
Ushet, Robert, 262. 

Vallantine, Robert, 194. 
Veitch, Patrick, 140. 
Vere, Captain, 381. 
Verly, William, 148, 390. 
Verty, William, 348, 390. 
Volume, James, 98. 
Thomas, 98, 240. 

Waddell, John, 140. 
Wade, George, 194. 

General, 209. 

Wagrae, John, 238. 

Wales, Prince of, 7, 19, 57, 61, 139, 

155, 157. 
Walker, Alexander, 194. 

James, 258. 

John, 40. 



INDEX. 



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Walker, Robert, 192. 

William, 22, 40, 190, 192. 

Wallace, Patrick, 155, 192. 
Walpole, Sir Robert, xii. 
Warden, James, 194. 
Wardlaw, Henry, 268. 
Warsaw, ix. 
Watson, Alexander, 238. 

Tames, 38, 192, 242, 353. 

John, 192, 317, 353. 

Thomas, 130, 192, 240, 353. 

William, 192, 240. 

Watt, Andrew, 318, 387. 

John, 40. 

Robert, 318, 387. 

William, 40, 240. 

Webster, Andrew, 192. 

Charles, 240, 379. 

James, 22. 

John, 192, 240, 303, 307. 

William, 194. 

Wedderburn, Sir John, 238, 379. 
Weems, David, 63, 70. 
Weir, George, 22. 

John, 292. 

William, 326, 388. 

Welsh, John, 19a 

William, 190. 

The, xii. 

Wemyss, David, Lord Elcho, 258, 
380. 

Francis, Earl of, 380. 

James, Earl of, 380. 

Westminster, 369, 381. 

White, Alexander, 22, 98, 240, 306. 

Daniel, 22. 

George, 312. 

James, 240. 

John, 194, 240. 

Robert, 262, 278. 

William, 84, 197, 258. 

Wightman, Charles, 68. 
Wild, Bailie, 373. 
Wilkie, David, 240. 

George, 238, 240. 

John, 240. 

Thomas, 192. 

Wilkin, Alexander, 98. 
John, 303. 



Wilkins, Joseph, 22. 
Will, William, 242. 

Mr., 305. 

Williamson, Alexander, 130. 

David, 238. 

John, 238. 

William, 22, 192, 320. 

Willox, Charles, 194. 

James, 309. 

Wilson, Alexander, 38. 

David, 38, 52, 192, 240, 314. 

James, 240. 

John, 192, 258. 

Robert, 38. 

Thomas, 240. 

William, 40, 82, 98, 258, 305, 



312. 



256, 258. 



W^indram, James, 258. 

Wintoun, William, 240. 
Wischart, John, 238, 307. 

William, 192. 

Wise, Ninian, 268. 
Wood, Andrew, 272, 381. 
Wood, Samuel, 262. 

of Allardie, 192. 

William, 238. 

Wordie, William, 262. 
Wright, Alexander, 38. 

Duncan, 318, 387. 

John, 40, 70, 240, 311. 

Robert, 192, 258, 32a 

Thomas, 201. 

Wyllie, Alexander, 19a 

Francis, 192. 

Robert, 192. 

York, city of, xiv, 371, 373, 374, 379- 

381. 
Duke of, ix. 

Yoully, David, 242. 

Young, Alexander, 1 94, 242, 320. 

David, 242. 

George, 336, 389. 

James, 242. 

Robert, 194, 242. 

Walter, 194, 320. 

Yuill, James, 52. 



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